|Landlords’ Rights to Enter Property||There are laws that say when your landlord can enter a rental unit you are living in and whether or not you have to allow your landlord to enter.|
Eviction is the legal process of forcing a tenant to move out of a rental property. 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.
|Homeless Shelters and Help for People Who Are Homeless||
This page has a list of shelters in Vermont and resources for people who are homesless or may become homeless.
|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.
|Repossession Overview||Did you borrow money to buy or lease your car or truck? The business or bank that loaned you the money is called the "lender." You probably signed a contract about the loan with the lender. Most loan contracts for cars and trucks say that if the borrower "defaults" the lender can "repossess" the car or truck.|
|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.
|Start a Divorce, Civil Union Dissolution or Legal Separation||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to start a divorce, civil union dissolution or legal separation.
|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
|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.
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