October 15, 2018, is the final deadline for a Renter Rebate Claim for 2017. The renter rebate is a tax credit. You must have paid rent in Vermont for all 12 months of the tax year.
Under the terms of a settlement agreement, the agency that administers Medicare (CMS) will review denials of coverage for home health services in certain cases.
We’ve updated one of the most popular pages on this website: Divorce in Vermont. The web page describes the steps in the divorce process.
Vermont Legal Aid and Legal Services Law Line of Vermont will be holding free Advance Planning Clinics around the state in the coming year. You will be able to meet with a lawyer and complete a simple will and more.
If your property tax bill looks too high, call the Vermont Department of Taxes. They did not process all of the homestead and property tax adjustment forms on time. Be sure to send a copy of your revised bill to the escrow department of your mortgage company.
Children and teens age 18 and younger can eat for free at meal sites all around Vermont this summer. Learn about the many Summer Food Service Program locations.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont is asking for an average premium price increase for 2019 of 7.5%. MVP Health Care is asking for a 10.9% average premium price increase. The price increases vary by plan.
If you have a past criminal conviction, or a charge that has been dismissed, you may want to figure out whether you can “expunge” your criminal record.
Anyone can be a victim of abuse. You are not alone. Read our information and feel free to contact us at Vermont Law Help.
The Housing Discrimination Law Project, a HUD-funded project of Vermont Legal Aid, is seeking fair housing testers.
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