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Vermont Civil Legal Resources by County: Home

This guide is for Vermont residents who are seeking assistance with civil legal issues.

Looking for Civil Legal Assistance in Vermont?

There are many civil legal resources available for Vermonters. 
The Community Legal Information Center (CLIC) offers free legal reference services.

If you have a specific legal research question or need a document such as a case, the full text of a law or rule, or a specific form, contact the Ask A Law Librarian service by email ( or call 802-831-1313.

Sometimes, we need to talk to an attorney.

This collection of pages contains contact information for government agencies, non-profit organizations, and public services may provide civil legal aid based on the county where you live.
Don't know where to start? At the bottom of each page you will find a flowchart that can help you decide which service or program might fit your need.

To begin, select your county from the tabs above.


Please note: Every attempt is made to keep this information up-to-date, but of course, things change!
If you have a suggestion, comment, or concern, please send a message to the CLIC Coordinator at Thank you.