• Persistent:

    firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.

  • Creative:

    managed so as to get around conventional limits.

  • Understanding:

    sympathetically aware of other people's feelings.

Vermont Attorneys

Horsley Lajoie Goldfine is a full service law firm, with decades of experience serving clients in Vermont and Massachusetts. We provide effective legal services in a wide variety of practice areas and for a wide variety of individual and business clients. We are creative, tenacious and balanced in our approach to each client’s matter. Our attorneys provide efficient, outcome-oriented advice guided by sound business judgment, meticulous attention to detail and a deep concern for the welfare of our clients.

Meet Our Attorneys

Allen C. B. Horsley
Allen C. B. Horsley

Since 2009, Allen has concentrated on the representation of Vermont and Massachusetts based clients in the resolution of commercial and personal disputes, including breaches of contract, business and corporate governance issues, family law matters, real estate claims, partnership disagreements and fiduciary and probate related claims.

Jennifer Lajoie
Jennifer J. Lajoie

Jennifer has built a successful practice in the fields of civil and commercial litigation, representing clients in various matters including family law, medical malpractice, wrongful death and personal injury claims, construction and property disputes and employment.

Jesse M. Goldfine
Jesse M. Goldfine

Jesse represents the firm’s clients in the areas of real estate and general business law, with expertise in commercial and residential transactions, condominium law, entity selection and formation, asset and stock transactions, contract drafting and negotiation, resolution of business disputes, and general business advice.

Ashley W. Taylor
Ashley W. Taylor

Ashley’s practice focuses on helping individuals and their families in all aspects of estate planning, including the preparation of wills, trusts, prenuptial agreements, general durable powers of attorney, and advance health care directives.