|Small Claims Court||
Small claims court is where you can recover small amounts of money that is owed to you. This page provides information about completing Small Claims Court forms, the rules of Small Claims Court, and how to file fee waiver and appearance forms.
|Child Custody and Visitation (Parental Rights and Responsibilities)||In Vermont, the Court uses "Parental Rights & Responsibilities" when talking about custody of children. The Court uses "Child Contact" when talking about visitation. This page provides information about child custody and visitation (parental rights and responsibilities) in Vermont.|
|Relief from Abuse Affidavit||This page has information to help you organize your relief from abuse statement or "affidavit."|
|Vấn đề chăm sóc sức khỏe||Đường dây hỗ trợ: Luật sư về các vấn đề chăm sóc sức khỏe (HCA) Quý vị vui lòng gọi điện đến số 1-800-917-7787 để nói chuyện với một luật sư về các vấn đề chăm sóc sức khỏe. Đường dây hỗ trợ HCA của Tiểu bang Vermont là nguồn miễn phí để giúp đỡ cho tất cả thành viên của Tiểu bang Vermont giải quyết các vấn đề liên quan đến vấn đề chăm sóc sức khỏe.|
|ACA for Assisters||
This page provides resources that may help individuals, navigators, assisters and tax preparers understand tax issues connected to the Affordable Care Act.
|Choices for Care | Giving Away Property or Resources||Giving away assets or property, including your home, within 5 years of applying for Choices for Care (CFC), may mean that you will not qualify for long term care services for a period of time. How much time depends on how much property you gave away (transferred).|
|HCA’s Rate Review Role||The Office of the Health Care Ombudsman represents Vermont consumers in health insurance rate review cases. Health insurance rate review cases start when an insurance carrier in Vermont wants to change the amount they charge policyholders for an individual or small group health insurance plan.|
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|The Eviction Process||The eviction process in Vermont will generally take at least two months from the time you are given notice to the time a court order is issued. Some evictions last much longer. Your landlord must carefully follow the eviction procedure — if a landlord takes steps on his or her own to get rid of a tenant, it can be considered an illegal eviction and the landlord may be sued by the tenant.|
|Money / Debt||
This section includes information about consumer issues including debt, credit, bankruptcy, taxes, repossession, small claims, etc.
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