Vermont Divorce Laws & Resources
If you’re interested in finding additional information about Vermont divorce laws, the resources and links listed below might point you in additional directions for your own research. You might also like to learn more by researching the Vermont Code yourself, or by simply seeking a Vermont attorney specializing in divorce law.
Vermont Divorce Resources:
Vermont Statutes Online: Title 15: Domestic Relations This is a direct link Vermont statutes under Title 15, which includes the statutes on desertion and support, annulment and divorce, and the uniform child custody jurisdiction act. They are raw statutes, so the language may be confusing, but it can be helpful at times to refer to them and see what questions you may want to ask your attorney.
Domestic Violence: This excellent resource includes names and phone numbers for anti-domestic violence assistance programs for every county in Vermont, along with links to statewide services.
Vermont Child Support Guidelines : This website, operated by the Vermont Department for Children and Families, contains links for establishing parentage, establishing an order, enforcing or modifying an order, paying support, and more.
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