Jodi LaMarche has focused almost exclusively on matrimonial and family law since starting her career in 2008. She manages all aspects of matrimonial and family law matters, including divorce, civil union dissolution, property division, spousal maintenance, child custody and visitation, child support and post-judgment enforcement and modification issues.
Jodi works closely with clients to guide them through the legal process. She strives to address each client’s concerns and goals in obtaining a fair and equitable resolution on his/her behalf. When children are involved, Jodi helps her clients to reach parenting arrangements that are in the children’s best interests. Whenever appropriate, Jodi pursues alternative dispute resolution to obtain outcomes that are favorable and tailored to her client’s specific needs.
Since 2013 Jodi has represented parents and children as contract counsel with the Vermont Office of the Defender General.
In law school, Jodi appeared in Court as a student attorney while completing an internship at the New Hampshire Department of Children, Youth and Families and while participating in Pierce Law’s Criminal Law Clinic. She also completed an Administrative Law Clinic, where she advocated at evidentiary hearings and argued an appeal before the New Hampshire unemployment appellate board.