Bennington County, VT Family Law Lawyers

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Lon T. McClintock
Litigation, Family Law, Contract, Civil Rights, Personal Injury
207 Main St.,
Bennington, VT 05201, Bennington County
Amy L Klingler
Civil & Human Rights, Collaborative Law, Family Law, Social Security -- Disability
4900 Main St, PO Box 2748
Manchester Center, VT 05255, Bennington County
Peter M. Lawrence
Family Law, Wills & Probate, Employment Discrimination, Federal Appellate Practice
507 Main St,
Bennington, VT 05201, Bennington County
Susan M. Ceglowski
Environmental Law Other, Land Use & Zoning, Animal Bite, Family Law, Agriculture
2023 Route 153, PO Box 100
Rupert, VT 05768, Bennington County
Brian K. Marthage
Corporate, Family Law
185 North St, The Harsch Bldg, PO Box 1413
Bennington, VT 05201, Bennington County

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Sample VT Family Law Cases

... erroneously suggests. The term "supervised visit" in Vermont family law has a specific connotation, suggesting that there was some reason for which a parent could not appropriately be left alone with a child. This was not the case. ...

... 104, 857 A.2d 324; Kellner v. Kellner, 2004 VT 1, ¶¶ 6-13, 176 Vt. 571, 844 A.2d 743 (mem.). Indeed, we have noted "`[t]here is no area of the law requiring more finality and stability than family law.'" St. Hilaire v. DeBlois, 168 Vt. ...

... the court abused its discretion in dismissing the motion as a matter of law and not considering the merits of his request for relief from judgment under Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b). See VRFP 4(a)(1) (making Vermont Rules of Civil Procedure applicable to family division unless ...

... Statute § 22-350 defines dogs as property); Kennedy v. Byas, 867 So.2d 1195, 1197 (Fla.Dist.Ct.App.2004) ("While a dog may be considered by many to be a member of the family, under Florida law animals are considered to be personal property." (quotation omitted)); Nichols ...

... meet his maintenance obligation. Husband's suggestion that the family court erred by considering this large influx of cash and by "fault[ing]" him for spending it elsewhere is unsupported by law. [5] In short, husband's arguments ...