|Sealing or Expunging Your Criminal Record in Vermont||
Through the sealing or expungement process, the State of Vermont allows for specific convictions and dismissed charges to be wiped from your record after a certain amount of time has passed. There are a couple of different sealing and expungement laws, and the requirements are a bit different for each. We explain the requirements and steps on this page.
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|Divorce in Vermont||
This page has legal information about divorce in Vermont. It tells you the steps to take during a divorce.
|Court Process: Steps in an Eviction Case||
This section describes the court process for eviction cases. It includes: what is “Rent into Court” and why it is important, eviction motions and complaints, eviction answers, judgments, settling the case, eviction trials and Writ of Possession.
|Child Custody and Visitation (Parental Rights and Responsibilities)||
In Vermont, the court uses the phrase “parental rights and responsibilities” to describe custody. This page provides information about child custody (parental rights and responsibilities) and visitation (parent-child contact) in Vermont.
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|Can the Landlord Enter My Unit?||
The landlord may enter your dwelling unit with your consent. The landlord needs to give you advance notice. If the landlord has not given you advance notice, you may refuse if the landlord’s request is unreasonable.
As of July 1, 2018, courts in Vermont recognize several different ways for a person to be “a parent” under Vermont law. This page describes the new parentage law.
A guardian is a person appointed by a court who is given specific powers and responsibilities to make decisions for the person under guardianship. The purpose is to provide protection while a person cannot manage personal care or financial matters. This page explains different types of guardianships in Vermont.
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