The Law Office of Corsones & Corsones
Proudly Serving the Rutland County Area Since 1956
Who We Are
The law firm of Corsones & Corsones is a small family law firm located in downtown Rutland, Vermont. The firm was founded by Theodore Corsones in 1956. Current members are Theodore Corsones, of counsel, and Christopher Corsones. Current and former firm (and family) members include three Vermont state court judges and the current Executive Director of the Vermont Bar Association.
Theodore Corsones (J.D. Boston University 1954) served as general counsel for Shriners International from 1983 through 2011. He is a Past Grand Master of the Vermont Masons and Past Potentate of Cairo Shriners in Rutland and a former Vermont state court judge. He is also a former State’s Attorney for Rutland County.
Christopher Corsones (J.D. Pepperdine University 1984, L.L.M. Taxation Boston University 1985) is former chairman of the Town of Mendon, Vermont Planning Commission and Past Potentate of Cairo Shriners. He is a 20 year veteran of the Shriners International Jurisprudence and Laws Committee.
Areas of Practice Include Extensive Experience In:
Business and corporate law – The firm represents close to one hundred small businesses attending to all of their legal requirements.
Estate planning, probate estates and trusts – The firm has extensive experience in all manner of asset transfer planning including wills, tax advantaged trusts, special needs trusts, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts and powers of attorney.
Real estate – The firm also specializes in commercial and residential real estate law including negotiating contracts, representation of clients with lender’s requirements and real estate closings.
Elder law – The firm provides representation in all areas relative to elder law including asset transfer, asset protection, Medicaid, Medicare, insurance claims and necessary nursing care, either at home or in a licensed facility.
Personal injury – The firm helps clients through the difficult process of obtaining fair settlements for injuries to persons and property and does not charge legal fees without a successful resolution.