|Start a Divorce, Civil Union Dissolution or Legal Separation||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to start a divorce, civil union dissolution or legal separation.
|Notice Against Trespass||
|Petition to Open an Estate in Probate||
The CourtFormPrep program will help you fill out the paperwork you need to open an estate in probate court in Vermont. After you complete the interview, the program will produce a Petition to Open Decedent’s Estate that you can file with the court. This is the form you need to start the probate process after someone has died. The “decedent” is the person who died.
|Immigration & Citizenship||
This page provides resources about immigration and citizenship.
|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.
The Seniors section of Vermont Law Help provides information on a variety of legal topics that are relevant to senior citizens and elders in Vermont.
|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.
|Small Claims Court||
Small claims court is where you can recover a small amount of money (up to $5,000) that is owed to you. This section tells you what to for small claims court.
Vermont homeowners need to file a
|Mobile Home Parks||
This section has information about your rights if you own a mobile home and live in a mobile home park in Vermont.
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