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Vermont Divorce Mediation, Counseling and Parenting Classes
Vermont Divorce Mediation:
There is no mandatory mediation in Vermont.
Vermont Marriage Counseling:
When one of the parties denies that the couple has lived apart for the requisite period of time or alleges that reconciliation is reasonably probable, the court considers all relevant factors, including the circumstances that gave rise to the complaint and the prospect of reconciliation. The court then determines whether the parties have lived apart long enough and whether the reconciliation of the parties is reasonably probable. The court continues the action for not less than 30 or more than 60 days. [Vermont Statutes - Title 15 - Section 552].
Vermont Parenting Class:
Parenting classes may be required at the judge’s discretion. If required, it is typically held at the county courthouse or there are online class options. You will receive a Certificate of Completion to provide to the court to fulfill the requirement and this Certificate is filed with your divorce paperwork.
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