The genesis of Neuse, Duprey & Putnam, P.C. occurred in the spring of 1971, when Attorney Karl Neuse established his own private practice in Middlebury, Vermont.  A Middlebury native, Mr. Neuse quickly established himself in Vermont as a lawyer who practiced law with integrity and with a spirit of dedication to his clients.  From the beginning, Mr. Neuse also took on many pro-bono cases and demonstrated a tireless commitment to service on civic boards and community service projects.

Today, the lawyers at Neuse, Duprey & Putnam are proud to continue the tradition of providing integrity-driven legal solutions.  Our attorneys work in close collaboration with each other to ask difficult questions and develop creative, practical, and efficient results.  We strive to serve our clients with integrity by presenting an honest and fair assessment of their legal options.  At every stage of the legal process, from civil trials to estate planning to real estate transactions and business deals, we work hard to give our clients personalized and responsive representation.  We also have a long tradition of pro bono legal service for clients and organizations who cannot afford the cost of legal representation.

All our lawyers and staff are natives of Vermont and residents of the Middlebury area. We live, work, play, and volunteer in the greater Addison County community.  We are committed to improving our community through service. Our lawyers serve in civic leadership positions including local planning and zoning boards, non-profits, schools and youth sporting activities, and service organizations such as the Middlebury Rotary Club.