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Elizabeth Demas

Elizabeth Demas

Elizabeth Demas

Elizabeth Demas is a founding partner of Clarke Demas & Baker. 

Beth’s practice focuses on residential and commercial real estate transactions, as well as complicated litigation. She is an experienced trial attorney and has practiced in the Probate, Superior, Bankruptcy and Vermont Supreme courts, as well as before the U.S. District Court. She has assisted clients in zoning appeals, boundary disputes, landlord tenant disputes, quiet title actions, and has represented commercial and corporate clients with difficult contract disputes. During her 20 years of practice Beth has performed hundreds of real estate transactions, ranging from residential purchases to the creation of sophisticated
common interest communities.

Beth received her B.A. degree from St. Michael’s College and completed her clerkship with Wilson Powell Lang & Faris in 1989. She is a member of the Vermont, Chittenden and American bar associations; Maple Leaf Farm Board of Directors, 2002-2006; President from 2007-09, Chittenden County 4-H leader 1992-2003.

She has lectured extensively and is a co-author of publications including “Liens and Credit Issues”, National Business Institute; 1994-5 “Advanced Real Estate in Vermont” 1996, National Business Institute; and “Vermont Foreclosure and Repossession”, National Business Institute, 2000, and 2001.

Beth lives in Jericho with her family.

 

Changing to Keep You SafeClarke Demas & Baker has put in place a comprehensive business continuity plan in order to ensure full service and availability to fully serve our clients during the pandemic.

To protect the health and safety of our clients, our employees and our community as a whole, Clarke Demas & Baker has implemented a distance working protocol. All of our attorneys and staff are fully connected to our systems and you may reach any of us in the usual manner.

Email is preferred, but you may also reach us by dialing 802 652-1400 and linking to our individual telephone extensions to leave a voicemail message.

We are very sorry for the disruption that the pandemic is creating for daily life of everyone.  We will continue to operate and provide the utmost in client care while protecting public health.