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Who Decides For You? Powers of Attorney and Guardianships in Vermont

In far too many instances, couples neglect to plan for what medical treatment they might receive or who might have control over their personal assets once they become incapable of doing it themselves. Through a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, or by voluntary guardianship's, individuals can direct who will control life decisions made on their behalf in the event of incompetence or temporary or permanent disability

Guardianship and Conservatorship

Guardianship and Conservatorship for an Adult

Minor Guardianships

Obtaining a guardianship over a minor.

Debate on how forgetting your wallet can get you 2 years in prison

On the Net, scaremongering is a pretty usual tactic in order to move a political agenda. This debate happened in the comment section of a video with the oh so clickbaity title of "Licensed Gun Owner Gets 2 Years For Forgetting Wallet at Home??" Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtfiT63E8g0&google_comment_id=z12odvnwsquawtma004chrf4npr2gdgoc2s Spoiler: this did not happen. The content therein is an opinion piece and should not be construed as legal advice.

College Tuition Continues to Grow and Young Borrowers Are Forced to Take Out Large Student Loans

Defaulting on a student loan almost always entails negative consequences, especially for young borrowers. In some cases, they may be forced to hold off on getting married, having kids, or starting businesses.

Student Loan Blame: Are For Profit Colleges At Fault?

Recent studies have shown that over half of students attending for-profit schools have defaulted on their student loans.

Student Loan Debt Crisis: Pushing it Under the Rug is Dangerous for the US

Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing difficulties with your student loan service company? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.

Current Student Loan Trends Show Nearly Half May Default in the Future

Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing other related financial difficulties? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.

Student Loan Counseling: Why Isn’t It Effective?

If you are a student loan borrower and worried about delinquencies or a default—on a student loan or any other debt—consult with Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC regarding your options.

Student Loan Debt Struggles: Are Younger Borrowers Just Set up to Fail?

Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing difficulties with your student loan service company? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.

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