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|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
|Changing a Custody or Visitation Order||
In Vermont, the court uses the phrase “parental rights and responsibilities” when talking about custody of children. The court uses the phrase “parent-child contact” when talking about visitation. This page has information about how to change your custody (parental rights and responsibilities) or visitation (parent-child contact) order.
|Notice Against Trespass||
|Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)||
Spousal maintenance (also known as alimony or spousal support) is a payment from one spouse to the other. The purpose is to minimize the change in the standard of living for both spouses established during the marriage. During a divorce or legal separation, either spouse may ask for maintenance from the other. The spouse who wants maintenance payments must ask for them before the divorce or legal separation is final.
|Asking for a Relief from Abuse Order||
This page explains the process to apply to the court for a Relief from Abuse Order in Vermont.
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This section will help you understand and solve problems with your Vermont health insurance – Medicaid (Green Mountain Care), Medicare, Vermont Health Connect and private insurance.
Identity theft is a growing problem. Identity thieves use your identity, without your permission, to buy things, get credit cards or open credit accounts, rent an apartment, get medical care, steal your tax refund, get utilities without your permission, or even use your identity when they are interacting with the police.
|Financial Power of Attorney||
A power of attorney is a legal document that allows one person (the principal) to give another person (the agent) the authority to handle financial and personal decisions.
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