|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.
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.
|Relief from Abuse||
This section has information about domestic violence and relief from abuse in Vermont.
In this section you will find information about State of Vermont and federal benefits programs.
|Health Care Reform||
Health care reform can mean many different things. Most often health care reform means changing laws or policies that affect the health care system. Health care reform is usually meant to help people afford or access health care, or to save the government money.
This page provides answers to frequently asked questions for people who rent storage units. It also tells you what to do if your landlord puts your stuff in storage.
|Protect Your Property and Income from Debt Collectors||
Vermont law protects some property and income from being taken by courts or by creditors trying to collect a debt. Federal law also protects a certain amount of Social Security and VA benefits from garnishment.
|Eligibility for 3SquaresVT||
This section gives you information about whether you are eligible for 3SquaresVT, Vermont’s food stamps program.
|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.
|Expungement May Allow You to Clear Your Past Criminal Record||
If you have a past criminal conviction, or a charge that has been dismissed, you may want to figure out whether you can “expunge” your criminal record.
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