How To Get Help
Our VTLawHelp.org website is your one stop for civil legal help.
Vermont Legal Aid works together with Legal Services Vermont to provide free civil legal help to eligible Vermonters.
We coordinate our legal help through a shared central website: VTLawHelp.org. Use the VTLawHelp.org links below to find legal help.
- Use the Legal Help Tool — guiding you to legal help and a help request form in areas where we can help.
- Explore our Roadmaps with detailed steps and short videos about common legal situations.
- Browse our plain-language legal information.
- Visit the How We Can Help page on VTLawHelp.org for more contact information.
American Sign Language video — How to get help
What is civil legal aid?
Vermont Legal Aid can help with civil legal problems (not criminal) like: eviction, foreclosure, health care, discrimination, disability services, civil rights, public benefits, bankruptcy, and problems with landlords or creditors.
We cannot help with criminal or traffic matters, but we can help victims of crime and abuse.