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Here's another one .... a young man inherited a small house (and 
mortgage) when his father died.  The estate has not been closed but he 
is the fiduciary and sole heir. "Someone" has told him that he could get 
some help with taxes, retroactively, even tho his father's name is on 
the tax bill and was on the property as of April 1.  Sadly, the father 
died April 10 and probably didn't even file a tax return, in the prior 
year he qualified for a significant homestead payment.  No way they can 
afford a attorney.  It's hard not to help folks like this but this one 
needs more than I can help with!

Any free legal advice out there?

Diana Peduzz, Woodbury


On 11/21/2017 10:25 AM, Danielle James Choiniere wrote:
>
> This is been a particularly troubled year for these filings.  A 
> homeowner received a check payment from the state for a prebate.  He 
> had apparently filed timely but was waiting for a homestead letter and 
> revised tax bill.  That he got a check was very new to us.  Has this 
> occurred in any other towns?
>
> _________________o__
>
> *Danielle James Choiniere*
>
> Assistant Town Clerk/Assistant Town Treasurer
>
> Town of Alburgh
>
> 1 North Main St
>
> Alburgh, VT 05440
>
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> Tel: 802.796.3468
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Diana Peduzzi
Woodbury Town Clerk
802-456-7051
P.O. Box 10
Woodbury, VT  05681