|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.
|Immigration and Citizenship||
This page provides information and resources about immigration and citizenship.
|Advokat za usluge u oblasti zdravstvene zaštite||
Nazovite 1-800-917-7787 da biste mogli razgovarati s advokatom za usluge u oblasti zdravstvene zaštite. Ured Health Care Advocate nije osiguravajuće društvo i nije dio državne vlasti Vermonta. Radi se o specijalnom projektu u okviru pravne pomoći države Vermont, tj. o nezavisnom neprofitnom advokatskom uredu.
|Homeless Shelters and Help for People Who Are Homeless||
This page has a list of shelters in Vermont. It also has links to resources to food and other help you may need if you are homeless in Vermont.
|General Education Law||
This section has information on laws that have to do with school and education.
|Special Notice for Vermont Property Owners||
|Defend Yourself in Court||
This page tells you how to defend yourself in court. If you are sued in small claims or Superior Court for a credit card or loan debt, you may have a defense to the case. This means that you may be able to show that you should not have to pay the debt.
|Appeals - State / Medicaid Decisions||
If Medicaid won't pay for a medical service you need, they will send you a written notice. The Notice will list a reason for the denial of coverage. This section will tell you what you can do if Medicaid says they won't pay.
|Šta utjerivači dugova ne mogu činiti||
Postoje neka pravila kojih se utjerivači dugova i vjerovnici u državi Vermont moraju pridržavati kad pokušavaju da prikupe dug od vas.
|Mobile Home Parks Eviction Process||
To start the eviction process, a park owner has to send you a written eviction notice. This notice is sometimes called a "Notice of Termination of Tenancy" or a "Notice to Quit." The type of notice the park owner has to give you depends on the reason for evicting you. The notice has to be sent to you by registered or certified mail. The notice can’t be delivered in person, sent through regular mail, or given to you by the sheriff or constable. There are other rules the park owner has to follow. And there are things you can do to try to stop the eviction.
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