Glenn A. Jarrett is a partner in Jarrett & Luitjens, PLC and founded its predecessor, Jarrett Law Office, in 2007.  Since 2001, Glenn has limited his practice to estate planning and elder law, including drafting wills, trusts and incapacity documents, special needs planning, long-term care and Medicaid planning, guardianship and probate and trust administration.  Glenn is certified as an elder law attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation, a non-profit organization accredited by the American Bar Association.

Glenn graduated from Middlebury College where he majored in Political Science, graduating with honors, and received his J.D. degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a senior editor of Law and Policy in International Business, Georgetown’s international law journal.  He served as a law clerk to Hon. Albert W. Coffrin of the United States District Court in Burlington.

Glenn is a frequent presenter on estate planning and elder law topics to both the public and professionals.  He is a member of the Chittenden County and Vermont Bar Associations.  He is also a member of the Governor’s Commission on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders as well as the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

He lives in Burlington with his wife.  They have two adult sons and a grandson.

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Admitted to Practice in:
  • Vermont
  • Bar Associations
    • Vermont
    • Chittenden County
  • Vermont Bar Associationan organization of attorneys that promote the reform and administration of the law in the State of Vermont
    • Chair, Elder Law Section
  • Vermont Chapter of NAELA – the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
    • Former President
  • NAELA – the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
    • Long term member
    • National Elder Law Foundation (NELF) –  the organization which certifies elder law attorneys and is dedicated to the development and improvement of the professional competence of lawyers in the area of elder law
  • Age Well f/k/a Champlain Valley Agency on Aging (CVAA) – Age Well helps seniors in Addison, Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle counties age with independence and dignity by providing information, services, education, support and advocacy to seniors and caregivers.
    • Board Member (2010-2016)
  • Burlington Development  Review Board
    • Former member and chair (1990-2010)
  • Vermont Elder Resource Group (VERG) – a membership organization that includes for-profit and non-profit professionals serving the Vermont elder community.
    • Member
Organizations Presented For Include:
  • Alzheimer’s Association of Vermont
  • Asperger’s Association of Northern New England
  • State of Vermont Retirement System
  • Vermont Bar Association
  • Vermont Trial Lawyers Association (Association for Justice)
  • National Business Institute
  • American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
  • Private Companies for employee enrichment
  • Public Seminars
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys – Northeast Region
  • University of Vermont
  • University of Vermont Medical School