|Repossession Overview||Did you borrow money to buy or lease your car or truck? The business or bank that loaned you the money is called the "lender." You probably signed a contract about the loan with the lender. Most loan contracts for cars and trucks say that if the borrower "defaults" the lender can "repossess" the car or truck.|
|Health Care Reform||
Many changes are being made to try to bring down the cost of health care and to make sure that more Americans have access to quality health care services. These changes are called health care reform. Find links to Health Care Reform topics on this page.
|Start a Small Claims Case||
This program will help you fill out the paperwork you need to start a small claims case.
|Frequently Asked Questions about CourtFormPrep||
This page contains frequently asked questions and answers about CourtFormPrep, the program used for filling out online forms for court.
|IRS Says You Owe Money||If the IRS sent you a "notice of tax due" letter, it means that the IRS thinks you have not paid the total amount of taxes that you owe. It is important to act quickly. This page explains the installment agreement, offer in compromise, currently not collectible, and more.|
|Fill Out the Financial Disclosure Affidavit||
This program will help you fill out the Small Claims Financial Disclosure Affidavit.
If you have a problem with a medical or health care bill, this page provides steps you can take to solve your problem.
|Health Care Advocate Online Help Request||
Please fill out this form. If you have a time-sensitive, urgent need, please call us instead.
|WIC in Vermont||
This page tells you where to get information about WIC in Vermont. WIC is a nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers and young children.
|Small Claims Court Forms: CourtFormPrep||
Use CourtFormPrep to complete court forms for small claims court.
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