|Evictions in Vermont||
Eviction is the legal process of forcing a tenant to move out of a rental unit or apartment. You cannot be evicted until the entire process is over and you have been delivered a court order. This page tells you important things to remember about evictions in Vermont.
|Assistance Animals in Housing||
An “assistance animal” is any animal that helps a person with a disability in their home. If you have a disability and your assistance animal helps you function, you should request a reasonable accommodation to be allowed to have your animal live with you.
|Fill out Form 813A - Financial Affidavit: Income and Expenses||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to fill out form 813A, the income and expenses financial affidavit for when you are going through a divorce.
Most loan contracts for cars and trucks say that if the borrower “defaults” (misses payments) the lender can “repossess” (take back) the car or truck. Most vehicle loan contracts say you default even if you only miss one payment. Learn more about repossession on this page.
|Vermont Health Connect||
This section gives you information about Vermont Health Connect - Vermont's health insurance marketplace. Do you have a question or issue that you have not been able to get answered or solved through Vermont Health Connect (VHC)? Contact us at the Office of the Health Care Advocate HelpLine.
|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
|Start a Divorce, Civil Union Dissolution or Legal Separation||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to start a divorce, civil union dissolution or legal separation.
|Social Security Benefits||
This page contains information about Social Security benefits. This includes retirement, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI), and SSDI and family Benefits.
|Frequently Asked Questions about CourtFormPrep||
This page contains frequently asked questions and answers about CourtFormPrep, the program used for filling out online forms for court.
|Debt and Debt Collection||
This section has information about personal debt and debt collection, how to stop collectors from contacting you, and how you can protect your property and income during debt collection.
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