|Best Interests of the Child||
This page explains the “Best Interests of the Child” standard that the court uses in making decisions about child custody and visitation in Vermont. “Best Interests” is a legal standard or guide for judges. Judges look at what is in your child’s best interests to make decisions about children.
|Respond to a Small Claims Complaint||
Has someone sued you in small claims court? If so, you need to respond with an Answer and file it with the court.
|Legal Help for Victims of Crime||
A crime victim is a person who has suffered harm because a crime was committed. If you believe that you are a victim of a crime, whether or not you have made a police report, you may be eligible for legal help if you have legal problems because of the crime.
|VT Homestead Declaration and Property Tax Adjustment Claim: Forms HS-122 and HI-144||
This set of forms is used to tell the state of Vermont that you live in the house you own (homestead declaration) and to ask for help paying your property taxes (property tax adjustment claim).
|Fill out Form 813A - Financial Affidavit: Income and Expenses||
Use this CourtFormPrep program to fill out form 813A, the income and expenses financial affidavit for when you are going through a divorce.
|Những Điều Chúng tôi Có thể Giúp Quý vị||
Cơ quan trợ giúp pháp luật Tiểu bang Vermont và Dịch vụ pháp luật của Tiểu bang Vermont cung cấp sự trợ giúp về pháp luật dân sự (không phải là hình sự) cho những người có mức thu nhập thấp sống tạ
|Free Legal Clinics Each Month in the Northeast Kingdom||
Each month, Vermont Legal Aid attorney Kelli Kazmarski is available in Newport to discuss your legal questions about housing, divorce, custody, debt collection and more. Kazmarski is also part of a rotating roster of volunteer lawyers who do free legal clinics in St. Johnsbury.
|Wanted: Fair Housing Testers||
The Housing Discrimination Law Project, a HUD-funded project of Vermont Legal Aid, is seeking fair housing testers.
|Disability - Request for Reasonable Accommodations or Modifications in Your Housing||
When a person’s disabilities prevent them from using or enjoying their housing in the same way as people without disabilities, they can ask for reasonable changes in their housing.
|Mobile Home Park Lot Rent Increases||
When you get a notice that says your lot rent will increase, read it carefully. The law says that a park owner has to do certain things in order to raise the rent for a mobile home lot. Learn more about mobile home park lot rent increases on this page.
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