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.
This section has information on laws that have to do with school and education.
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This page provides a list of things that debt collectors and creditors cannot legally do.
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Use CourtFormPrep to complete forms for family court, such as for a divorce or for child support.
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Use this CourtFormPrep program to fill out an inventory for an estate in Probate.
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A list of forms you may need when dealing with a legal issue or problem in Vermont.
|Medical Decisions: Advance Directives||
An advance directive is a written document that lets you plan for your medical care when you can't make decisions for yourself. Outside of Vermont, an advance directive is sometimes called a durable power of attorney for health care, a living will or a terminal care document. Find out more and get the forms you need here.
The Disability section of our website gives information about developmental disability services in Vermont; how to appeal decisions and file complaints; assistive technology; disability-based discrimination in housing and employment; guardianship; special education; and long-term care and SSDI benefits.
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