Marchica Law Office is a locally owned business here in Springfield, Vermont working with surrounding areas to make real estate easier!
After graduating from C.W. Post College, John graduated with a Jurist Doctorate from Gonzaga University School of Law in 1990. In 1990 he started practicing insurance defense law in Garden City, New York. After three years of practicing in N.Y. and in November of 1993 John, his wife, Susan, and their 4 week old son, Matthew, moved to Vermont to start a new life and career as an attorney in Vermont. John has almost thirty years of real estate and estate planning experience. John has been at his Springfield location since September of 2003. John in 2018 opened up an additional office in Ludlow at 28 Main Street and has been working on expanding his business in Ludlow area. John is presently a member of the Vermont Bar Association, Associate Member of the Crown Point Board of Realtors, former Board Member of the Vermont Bar Foundation and present member of the Office of Professional Responsibility, Real Estate Commission Attorney Member.
Meika, the office dog, is a Siberian Husky that spends her days lounging around and greeting clients. She most likely will be the first face you see when you walk up the stairs into the office. Meika is a friendly dog who loves to be pet. When greeting you at the door please don't mistake my talking for growling, I am a husky and that's how I express how happy I am to see you. If you are afraid of dogs or are allergic please let us know so that we can make sure Meika is not in the day you come to the office.
Marchica Law's Journey
In 1993 my dream of becoming an attorney in a small rural law firm was realized, when I landed a job in a one-man firm in Bellows Falls, Vermont. After ten years with the same firm it became apparent to me and my partner that, although we enjoyed working together, it was time to part ways. In 2003 Marchica Law Office, LLC opened its doors in beautiful downtown Springfield, Vermont. We started as a one room office on the third floor of the Springfield Savings and Loans. We had one computer, no assistant, one printer-that couldn't print lender closing packages - and a copier I borrowed from the attorney I shared the space with. At the time I was afraid to enter a two-year cell phone contract because I was afraid the Firm wouldn't survive the two years. My mission was to provide quality legal services for the communities of Vermont, with a focus on real estate. As time went on my passion for real estate grew, and with that so did the firm. In 2004 the Firm started concentrating primarily on real estate, residential and commercial. My Wife and children got sick of me never being home, so I hired Samantha Simonds as paralegal. By 2005, we were in full real estate mode. At this time the second floor of the Bank opened up so we jumped at the opportunity to have a conference room for closings and one more office space, where we currently reside. Presently Marchica Law office, LLC has one attorney, a paralegal, and a legal assistant. After 12 years of practicing real estate Law, a new office in Ludlow, and the market picking up our mission has not changed, providing quality legal services to the communities of Vermont.