Vermont Age of Majority Law
Minors – Age of Majority – Vermont
Persons of the age of eighteen years shall be considered of age and until they attain that age, shall be minors. Whenever referred to in the laws of this state, a person who is an adult or who has attained majority shall be a resident or nonresident person of eighteen years of age or more.
Title One, Chapter 3, Subchap. III, §173
Age of Majority
Voidable, subject to making restitution where possible (common law)
Ability to Sue
By representative, next friend, or guardian ad litem (V.R.C.P. 17(b))
Consent to Medical Treatment
Minors 12 or older may consent to treatment for venereal disease or substance abuse (18§4226).