An overview of what happens before and during a repossession.
What is Repossession? Avoid Repossession Three Ways to Avoid Repossession "Voluntary Repossession" Debt Collector Rules Where to Get Help
This is a notice of appearance only. Defendants-use this form to ask the Court to send you copies of any notices, court dates and paperwork filed in court.
Is your mortgage holder foreclosing on your home? You can use this form Answer to defend against the foreclosure. Has instructions.
This PDF booklet provides general information about Bankruptcy in Vermont.
Use this letter to tell collection agencies to stop calling you. This letter will only stop the debt collection agency calls.
The collection agency may still take further legal action. These actions could include:
Use this letter to tell creditors to stop calling you at work.
This letter will only stop the calls to your work. If you would like to stop other debt collection calls, read about what debt collectors can and cannot do, and try our form letter to stop debt collection calls.
These form letters will not stop the debt collector from taking other legal action. Even if you send a creditor this letter they may still be able to:
The Court Website's Self Service Center links to the Court's Small Claims Court booklet.
This booklet is by the Vermont Bar Association. It explains the choices you have in planning your finances. The booklet explains joint fiduciary accounts, powers of attorney, guardianship, wills, and trusts.
Brochure published by the Vermont Attorney General's office.
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