|Locations and Contact Information||
This page has the addresses, locations and contact information for Vermont Law Help, Legal Services Law Line of Vermont and the statewide locations of Vermont Legal Aid.
This web page tells you where you may find affordable housing, how to appeal if you were denied rental assistance, and how to apply for fuel assistance.
|Security Deposit||A security deposit is money you pay your landlord when you move in. Some people also pay an extra pet deposit. Normally, your landlord must give your security deposit back to you after you move out. The landlord can keep all or some of the deposit only if you caused damage beyond normal wear and tear, you owe rent or unpaid utility charges, or the landlord has expenses for removing property you left in the apartment.|
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.
|Choices for Care | Income Limits||
To be eligible for Choices for Care, your income and resources must be within limits established by Choices for Care. Your monthly income is considered available to pay for your long-term care. Income includes your pension, Social Security, VA benefits and earnings.
|IRS Says You Owe Money||If the IRS sent you a "notice of tax due" letter, it means that the IRS thinks you have not paid the total amount of taxes that you owe. It is important to act quickly. This page explains the installment agreement, offer in compromise, currently not collectible, and more.|
|Vermont Propane Rules||
December 29, 2016
Vermont has strong propane rules that protect consumers and to promote fair competition among propane dealers.
|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.|
|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.
|Choices for Care | Resource Limits||
In the Choices for Care program, some of your resources are counted, and some are not. Read this page to find out more about Choices for Care Resource Limits.
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