|Welcome to Vermont Law Help||
Provides general civil (non-criminal) legal information and helps you find free and low-cost civil legal aid, advice and services in Vermont. Maintained by Legal Services Law Line of Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid.
|Search for Your Name on the Vermont Unclaimed Property List||
The Unclaimed Property Division of the Vermont State Treasurer Office reunites Vermont residents with their lost, abandoned or unclaimed money or assets.
|Sealing or Expunging Your Criminal Record in Vermont||
Through the sealing or expungement process, the State of Vermont allows for specific convictions and dismissed charges to be wiped from your record after a certain amount of time has passed. There are a couple of different sealing and expungement laws, and the requirements are a bit different for each. We explain the requirements and steps on this page.
The Seniors section of Vermont Law Help provides information on a variety of legal topics that are relevant to senior citizens and elders in Vermont.
|Divorce in Vermont||
This page has legal information about divorce in Vermont. It tells you the steps to take during a divorce.
|Money / Debt||
This section includes information about consumer issues including debt, credit, bankruptcy, taxes, repossession, small claims and more.
Some Vermonters may be able to get cost-sharing reductions (CSR) that lower the amount you have to pay when you get health care services. To qualify for cost-sharing reductions, you must have an income below 300% of the Federal Poverty Level, and be enrolled in a Silver Plan through Vermont Health Connect
|Appeals — Private Insurance||
If your health insurance company won’t pay for the health care you need, you have the right to tell them you disagree. You can ask them to change their decision by making an “appeal.” Appealing your plan’s decision can take several steps.
Click the links for legal help on a variety of legal topics.
|Tax Refund Withheld for Spouse’s Debt||
If an agency tells you or your spouse that your tax refund will be withheld to pay your spouse’s debt, you may be able to file an “injured spouse” claim with your joint tax return.
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