This page gives you information related to bankruptcy in Vermont.
|Mobile Home Park Evictions - Reasons for Eviction||
A park owner can't evict you for “no cause” or no reason. The owner has to have a reason to evict you and has to follow certain rules.
This section tells you where you may be able to get free or low-cost dental care near you in Vermont. It includes a detailed list of dental clinics. It also provides information about resources to help pay for dental work.
In this section you will find information about State of Vermont and federal benefits programs.
|Mobile Home Park Evictions - Settlement||
Sometimes you can stop an eviction before it gets decided at a trial by negotiating a settlement agreement with the park owner. The settlement agreement is sometimes called a "stipulation." An example of a settlement might be a repayment plan where you agree to pay your monthly rent plus an extra amount each month for back rent. In exchange, the park owner may lower the amount of money that you have to pay back and drop the eviction case.
|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
|Changing a Custody or Visitation Order||
In Vermont, the court uses the phrase “parental rights and responsibilities” when talking about custody of children. The court uses the phrase “parent-child contact” when talking about visitation. This page has information about how to change your custody (parental rights and responsibilities) or visitation (parent-child contact) order.
Most loan contracts for cars and trucks say that if the borrower “defaults” (misses payments) the lender can “repossess” (take back) the car or truck. Most vehicle loan contracts say you default even if you only miss one payment. Learn more about repossession on this page.
|Guardian’s Powers & Duties||
A guardian can only do what the court gave the guardian power to do. The court should give the guardian only those powers which the person under guardianship cannot handle him or herself.
|Child Custody, Visitation and Support||
This section has information about child custody, visitation rights and child support in Vermont.
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