A general practice law firm
specializing in real estate transactions, wills and estate planning, litigation, and representing the interests of individuals and businesses
James H. Ouimette began practicing law in Addison County in 1978, succeeding to the law practice of Forrest S. Rose, Esq. on South Water Street in Vergennes. James W. Runcie joined the practice in 1985, and the law firm of Ouimette & Runcie was formed.
In the spring of 1992, the firm moved to its present location in the yellow brick building at 257 Main Street in Vergennes. In 2019, Ouimette & Runcie became Vergennes Law, PLLC, with Jim Runcie Of Counsel and Associate Jeremiah J. Ouimette also joining the firm. The firm continues to operate with three attorneys and paralegal Jessica Husk James under the Ouimette & Runcie name.
The Law Office of Ouimette & Runcie specialize in the following areas of practice.
Real Estate Transactions
Residential and Commercial representing Buyers, Sellers and Banks
Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning. Plan ahead for the distribution of your assets or care of your children.
Municipal and Zoning Law
Laws specific to municipalities including
By-Laws, Land Use, Zoning, Ordinance, Charters, and Property taxes
Representing the interests of individuals and businesses