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VT Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Mediation is an alternative to small claims court. Mediation is a process in which two or more people involved in a dispute meet in a private setting and, with the help of a neutral person called the mediator, work out a solution to their problem. It's an informal and non-adversarial process designed ... READ MORE

VT Collecting the Judgment
Obtaining a judgment against a party isn't the same thing as collecting that judgment. Post-judgment legal procedures are often required prior to any collection. You may find it necessary to retain an attorney to assist you in post-judgment procedures. Even if you win your lawsuit, don't expect to receive ... READ MORE

VT Filing a Small Claims Suit
When you're ready to file your small claims case, bring all the information and papers concerning your claim with you to the clerk of court in the appropriate county. The first step in filing a small claims lawsuit is obtaining and filling out the necessary forms consisting of a statement of claim and ... READ MORE

VT Small Claims Trials
In Vermont, a small claims court may schedule a pretrial hearing, which is also referred to as a pretrial conference, before your trial. You'll need to go to trial only if an agreement doesn't occur during the pretrial hearing. A trial date is scheduled by the court if the dispute can't be settled at ... READ MORE

VT What Is Small Claims Court?
In Vermont, a small claims lawsuit is filed in the Small Claims Department of the Superior Court. It provides a quick, informal and inexpensive way of resolving many types of disputes. Small claims cases are filed with the clerk of court in the appropriate county. The person or business that files a ... READ MORE

VT Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
Witnesses are people who come to court to tell what they've seen or heard. These people should either be witnesses who saw what happened or experts on the subject matter of the claim involved. Before you bring any witnesses to your trial, discuss the case with potential witnesses who have personal knowledge ... READ MORE

Dealing With a Vermont Personal Injury
A personal injury lawsuit is a legal way of redressing a personal injury by awarding damages meant to compensate or provide relief for the negligent or intentional acts of another. Types of personal injury cases can range from auto accidents, medical malpractice, product liability, and more. Jurisdiction ... READ MORE

Employment Law Help in Vermont
Federal laws protect workers in the United States, but some laws - such as minimum wage - vary by state. Here's an overview of issues in Vermont. The Hiring Process Laws against discrimination come into play as soon as a "help wanted" ad is published. It's illegal for companies to state that they prefer ... READ MORE

Vermont Business Legal Forms
Business Services Bankruptcy Evaluation Small Claims Service Contracts Affidavit Amendment of Agreement Bill of Sale - Automobile Bill of Sale - Quitclaim Bill of Sale with Warranty Consignment Agreement Debt Settlement Agreement Equipment Lease Agreement General Business Agreement General Contractor ... READ MORE

Looking to Sell a House in Vermont?
No one ever said that selling a house in Vermont is easy. You can easily risk serious legal problems by not adhering to the state's many real estate laws and rules. Before you sell your home, be aware of what you need to know. Why Not a Real Estate Agent? A seller's real estate agent has the means to ... READ MORE


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