|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.
Fair housing laws protect against discrimination in housing in Vermont. Fair housing means not being discriminated against when you rent or buy a home. It also means that everyone has a right to live in a neighborhood or community where all kinds of people are welcome.
|Repair Problems and Tenant’s Right to Repairs||
You have the right to safe housing. The law protecting that right is called the “warranty of habitability.” You have the right to live in a unit that is safe, clean and fit for human habitation. You have the right to live in a place that has working heating facilities, working hot water facilities and properly connected plumbing. You have the right to get the landlord to make repairs.
A trust is a legal document in which you give control of your assets to a trustee to manage those assets for your benefit during your lifetime, and then to distribute them after your death.
|Homeless Shelters and Help for People Who Are Homeless||
This page has a list of shelters in Vermont and resources for people who are homesless or may become homeless.
|Forms - Advance Directives||
You can choose to fill out a short advance directive form or a long one. You will find links to both forms on this page. You can also send your advance directive and the Vermont Advance Directive Registry agreement form to the Vermont Advance Directive Registry.
Thank you for filling out our form to ask for legal help. Your information has been sent to Legal Services Vermont. We screen all requests for Vermont Legal Aid and Legal Services Vermont.
|Start a Small Claims Case||
This program will help you fill out the paperwork you need to start a small claims case.
|Quick Referral for Advocates and Other Community Partners||
We are happy to provide access for advocates and community partners to submit a request for legal help on behalf of their clients.
|Bullying and Harassment in Vermont Schools||
Vermont has laws that protect students from bullying and harassment. Here we tell you what the law says and what you can do if your child experiences bullying or harassment.
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