Aaron J. Goldberg is a native of Burlington, Vermont. He attended grade school in Burlington and graduated from Burlington High School in 1974. Aaron went on to earn a B.A. from Brandeis University in 1979, and graduated cum laude from Suffolk University Law School in 1982. He was admitted to the Vermont Bar in 1983. Aaron is also admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont. In 1997 Aaron founded his law firm, Aaron J. Goldberg, PLC.
Aaron’s hobbies are genealogy, traveling, biking, hiking, kayaking, and skiing. He also thoroughly enjoys spending time with his family, including his wife Rebecca London Goldberg, and their four children, Dinah, Jesse, Tamar and Isaac.
Aaron also enjoys singing. He has sung bass with the Green Mountain Chorus, the Social Band, and with the Flynn Theatre Adult Jazz Choir. Aaron is also interested in local history, serving as the Archivist of Ohavi Zedek Synagogue and Director of the project to save and preserve the Lost Shul Mural.
Aaron is a member of the Vermont Bar Association and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (“NAELA”). Aaron J. Goldberg, PLC was the sponsoring law firm for the Vermont Chapter of NAELA and Aaron is a past Director of that Chapter.
Geraldine E. Stewart is from Haverhill, Massachusetts. She earned a B.S. from Merrimack College in 1985 with a concentration in accounting. Gerry became a certified public accountant and worked for an accounting firm in Woburn, Massachusetts for almost four years before pursuing her dream to become an attorney. In 1992, Gerry received her license as a certified public accountant in the State of Vermont and earned her juris doctor from Vermont Law School, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Vermont Law Review. Gerry was also admitted to practice law in the State of Vermont in 1992. In 2007, Gerry joined the firm where she focuses her practice in the field of estate planning, elder law, guardianships and probate administration. Prior to joining Aaron J. Goldberg, PLC, Gerry was associated with a law firm in South Burlington. She is a member of the Vermont Bar Association.
Gerry lives in Essex Junction with her husband and three children. She enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, biking, basketball, baseball, skiing, running, and coaching youth in sports and in life. Gerry coaches girls’ basketball at Albert D. Lawton Middle School and she often serves as a youth leader at Essex Alliance Church. Gerry completed her first Burlington Half Marathon in 2010.