Yes. You will need to file a new application for benefits. Benefits are ceased after 12 months of incarceration. If your minor children were receiving benefits because of your disability those likely continued while you were gone.
My Daughter who is 17 is pressing charges on me, with the advice of her friend and friends mom which is unexceptable,, she doesn't live with me she lives with dad in Talequah and I stay in wagoner,, I can't understand how this is fair or even possible to go on... Please I don't know... Read more »
I only reported in to p.o 1 time and payed on fine 1 time but have done zero community service. (Though I do volunteer at meals on wheels but feel it would be in poor taste to claim comm. service for my volunteer work) the law about meth possession has changed since my plea so if I turned myself in... Read more »
There is nothing wrong with counting the hours spent volunteering with meals-on-wheels as community service, as that is what community service is (volunteering your time for the betterment of the community). You will need proof of the hours you worked and I'm not certain whether...Read more »
Whether the term interest continues past the 99 year term is dependant on the exact wording in the instrument which created the interest. There are fixed term interests. For example "for a term of 99 years." And there are interests which continue for as long as there is production from...Read more »
The Attorney I hired for the personal injury, referred me to a workers comp attorney as well. I have reached MMI after a lumbar fusion but I still have a pinched nerve in my neck from whiplash that causes complications . My comp attorney is acting like I should just take what WC offers and has not... Read more »
MMI is a bogus concept invented by insurance companies. Be guided by what the injury attorney has to say. It sounds like you have signficant issues, and fusions are never mmi as the person can develop pain and other issues as the fusion puts more strain on the discs above and below the point of...Read more »
Why is DHS still taking the full amount of support, $556, even though both of my kids have turned 18 (as of 1/16/21) and are out on their own? Since the case was established $506 went to current and $50 went to back. I thought once current ended only the $50 for back would be collected unless she... Read more »
DHS will often continue to take out the same amount unless/until the wage assignment is changed. You can get an attorney to help you try to lower the payment. You can also request an accounting of payments.
You need to contact a criminal defense attorney to get exact statutory language and numbers, but possession of CDS is a misdemeanor and, in Oklahoma state courts, carries up to one year in the county jail and up to $1000 fine. I believe Conspiracy to Commit a Felony is a felony and carries up to...Read more »
a paralegal and client have confidential emails. the opposing council filed a motion to compel. Since being refused those emails. does the other council have to produce those emails to the opposing team?
My daughter wants to change her last name to mine, her mom, she’s 14 almost 15. I have filed the petition and a hearing has been set. I know he lives in the city but that’s it. I was told to publish it in the paper so he has the opportunity to object. He’s not really in her life and not in a... Read more »
In addition to publication you may need to also serve the father notice. Name changes are covered by 12 O.S. Sec 1631. If you are not sure what to do or how to do it, you can save a lot of time and frustration by hiring an attorney to help you.
It depends upon the wording of the deed. Without specific wording they each own an undivided 1/3 interest. Each can do with their interest as they please. There is no "majority vote." The only way one interest owner (whether owning 1/3 or 2/3) can cause the other owners to sell their...Read more »
Public defenders, or other state provided criminal defense attorneys, are generally reserved for the indigent or poor. First and foremost they are responsible for representing the majority of in custody criminal defendants who don’t have the money to bond out and go home pending the resolution of...Read more »
I’d probably start by contacting the Attorney General’s office - specifically the consumer protection division. It might also be worth filing a police report for fraud and you could have a civil fraud claim against this person as well.
My 16 year old left his dad and came to my house. His dad has been threatening to kick him out for at least 6 months. His dad has text me two different times about him coming to stay with me. I am more than willing and happy to have my son come live with me because I understand the living... Read more »
In Oklahoma, you could get a default divorce. If you’re in a bigger county, their law library might have resources or special free/low cost programs. Legal Aid’s website also has forms and helpful information.
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