This section has information on laws that have to do with school and education.
|Child Custody, Visitation and Support||
This section has information about child custody, visitation rights and child support in Vermont.
|Grandparents’ Visitation Rights||
This page answers frequently asked questions about grandparents’ visitation rights.
This page has information related to work and employment rights in Vermont.
|Foreclosure in Vermont||
In Vermont, before the bank can take your home, the bank has to sue you in court. This section of our website explains foreclosure and the foreclosure process, including foreclosure mediation.
Fair housing laws protect against discrimination in housing in Vermont. Fair housing means not being discriminated against when you rent or buy a home. It also means that everyone has a right to live in a neighborhood or community where all kinds of people are welcome.
|Choices for Care Long-Term Care Medicaid||
The Choices for Care Long-Term Care Medicaid program helps pay for care and support for older Vermonters and people with physical disabilities. Choices for Care may be able to help you with some of the costs of your long-term care. This section describes the Choices for Care program and how to apply.
Vermont homeowners need to file a homestead declaration
|Medicaid and Medicare (Dual Eligible)||
It is possible for people over the age of 65 or who are disabled to be dual eligible – that means that you can be covered by both Medicaid and Medicare. Find out where to get help if you have a problem and are dual eligible.
|Financial Power of Attorney||
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to give another person the authority to handle your financial and personal decisions. You do not need to go to court to create a Power of Attorney.
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