Boolie offers counsel to parties in all matters of family law including mediation, parent coordination, divorce, parentage, establishment of parental rights and responsibilities, parent child contact and child support.
Her approach assists clients in navigating the difficult evolution of divorce and separation with an aim to minimize conflict where possible. She has particular expertise in assisting families with interstate and international child support disputes, and as a prior member of the Eastern Regional Interstate Child Support Association, she has presented on a number of child support and family law related topics to a national audience.
While her current practice is focused on family law and mediation, Boolie has unique experience in the area of land use, having served as a Natural Resources Board Coordinator. In her role as Coordinator, she was responsible for issuing jurisdictional opinions and assisting the board and parties with the ACT 250 process. Using the skills obtained through her Masters of Studies in Environmental Law, she is available to assist both private individuals and businesses in support of or in opposition to Act 250 applications.
Boolie received a Bachelor of Science from University of Tennessee, and she attended Vermont Law School where she received both a Juris Doctor and Masters of Studies in Environmental Law. She is admitted to practice in the State of Vermont, State of New Hampshire, and before the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont. She is a member of several professional associations including the Vermont Bar Association, the New Hampshire Bar Association, the Association for Conflict Resolution, and the Vermont Association of Family Mediators. She is a prior member of both the Eastern Regional Child Support Enforcement Association and the Western Regional Child Support Enforcement Association.