About Vermont Law Help
We provide legal information for low-income people in the State of Vermont. This includes easy-to-read self-help information on topics such as divorce and tenants rights, Medicaid and food stamps, employment and education, as well as information about free legal services in Vermont.
The legal information on the Vermont Law Help site was developed primarily by Legal Services Law Line of Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid. We also got help from many other people and groups including our friends at HelpMELaw.org and Pine Tree Legal Assistance in Maine. Our Advisory Committee helps us make sure we have all the information we should on the site. The Advisory Committee also helps us make sure people can read and understand the information on our site.
There is no substitute for meeting with a lawyer about your legal problem. None of the information available through the Vermont Law Help site is intended to be legal advice. We cannot act as your lawyer. We can help some people find a free lawyer. Also, we hope that the information you find here will help you to understand the law better.
We hope the Vermont Law Help web site will be useful to low-income people in Vermont. To make it work, we need your help. At the bottom of most site pages, there is a "Feedback" section, where you can write and tell us your problems with our site, your ideas for improvement, or even to tell us things you like about the site. Without your help it will be much harder for us to know how we are doing. Thank you.
The Vermont Law Help website is an interactive, database-driven website built using open source software, principally Drupal. Open source software is subject only to an open source license, and is generally available for free.
The Legal Services Corporation generously supports Vermont Law Help.
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