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Welcome to MaritalLaws! In this section you will find information on laws regarding alimony, child support, custody, divorce, visitation, and even property division for the state of Vermont.
In the state of Vermont, following or during the proceedings for divorce, dissolution of marriage, or legal separation, the court may order either spouse to make maintenance payments, either rehabilitative or permanent in duration, to the other spouse if it finds that the spouse seeking maintenance is appropriate deserving and in need. There are many factors the court will take into consideration for a maintenance order.
Factors to be taken into consideration by the court include, but are not limited to:
- The standard of living established during the marriage
- The financial condition and needs of the recipient spouse
- The incomes, estates, and property of both spouses
- The recipient's earning capacity or ability to produce income
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The secretary of human services will set up a guideline for child support that reflects the percentage of combined available income that parents living in the same household in Vermont ordinarily spend on their children.
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Grounds for divorce include:
- cruelty or violence toward the other spouse
- drug or alcohol addiction
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