And also put in order I was to pay back 200.a month on the 1 of every till paid off no more are no less when I begins getting ss beenfits on mydecest vet husband I received itfor 11 month then it stoped i went to ssa office and was told that that federal judge had no right to tell tell SSA how... Read more »
my grandson and of course my daughter have lived with us since the day they were born. Bowen our grandson is 2 . my daughter is now in a lesbian relationship ( not the first one) her girlfriend was also living with us for about a year they decided to move out and now the girlfriend is doing... Read more »
Unfortunately, you do not have any legal rights (that a court can order) unless your child (the grandchild's parent) had died or is incarcerated. If your own child is denying you visitation, the court is powerless to order visitation.
A non-parent can obtain custody of a minor child...Read more »
Can I fight for medical power of attorney? His sister that never have anything to do with him are not allowing me to see him in ICU. Both his real parents are deceased. I am his only living parent figure and have been taking care of him for over a year now because his blood relatives will not help... Read more »
I am very sorry for your step son's situation. Unfortunately, it is too late to consider a "medical power of attorney." A medical power of attorney is something you set up to deal with this situation before it happens. Given your step sons age, I am assuming this was not anticipated and he...Read more »
Social Security Disability is not about whether you are able to find a job. It is about whether you can perform the duties of any job. If your own doctor says you can work, you will have a hard time winning a disability case before the Social Security Administration.
I purchased the property Jan. 2006 and the owner filed Chp. 7 Apr. 2006. I didn't know he had done this until a week ago. I had been to Capital One several times to get info for 1098's and they told me couldn't give to me because my name was no where on the paperwork. I read that in order for a... Read more »
I am not sure what you are asking. I am not aware of any requirement that a mortgage company guarantee release of a mortgage (especially if it's not paid off) on a bond for deed contract. You can certainly agree to assume a mortgage under a bond for deed and it's part of the negotiation between...Read more »
I understood that the Mortgage Company had to sign of for the Bond for Deed. To my knowledge that did not happen due to the fact the Mortgage company wouldn't give me my 1098 for taxes. They told me my name was not on the loan which I knew. When I finish paying the loan off will it become mine... Read more »
How did you manage to "sell" property on a bond for deed contract that you do not own. Aside from those problems, let's assume you are the legitimate seller on a bond for deed contract. If you file Chapter 7, the trustee would likely be very interested in seizing that asset and selling it or...Read more »
I am not sure if Louisiana law requires it but I am willing to bet the rental car agency requires it as a condition of renting their $15,000+ vehicles, in case you wreck it. Most people do not have $15,000+ lying around and the rental car agency is within its rights to protect itself and its...Read more »
Handwritten wills are perfectly legal in Louisiana. The only purpose behind them is so someone does not have to go to a notary and have witnesses. It just has to be hand written, signed, and dated. It can be on a dirty McDonald's napkin as long as it meets the requires of an olographic will.
I see this a lot. One spouse wants/needs SSI/Medicaid. They get "divorced" but still live together. Years pass and Social Security eventually catches on. Huge social security and medicaid "over payment" they have to pay back with the occasional charge of medicaid fraud in extreme cases....Read more »
My ex wife is divorced from her husband but the court is still making me pay her child support and she hasn't had the kids since 2012 the stepdad has my kids. I need to know if there is a law against this because I was never notified about them doing this. Why is the court making me pay back... Read more »
My marriage is over. Im mentally drained. i centered myself around my cheating husband and kids. Im an at home mom. We have been together for 20 plus years. My husband want to be able to be wild and free...and have a wife at home. Im just done.
You have a couple options, you can file for a divorce based on adultery that would end the marriage sooner but would also end any entitlement you have to interim spousal support sooner. You can also separate from your husband, file a "no fault" divorce and then wait 12 months after he is served to...Read more »
the bank know of this and had hired a lawyer to retrieve the vehicle but after 2 years and the lawyer is threaten me of a lawsuit if I don't let them take it! But they owe me storage fees or property damage?! Right?!
I signed a one year lease under the notion that I was going to have custody of my niece and nephew and that I would have BAH to cover it. Now five months later due to lawyers fees and the fact that the army doesn't recognize a notarized custody agreement but wants one from the court that requires a... Read more »
Unless you informed your landlord of you reasons for getting the lease AND the landlord agreed that you could get out of the lease if it did not work (written in the lease) they you cannot get out of the lease without the landlord's consent. The only provisions I am aware of for military...Read more »
My father in law was working approximately 20 hours a week due to retirement and social security benefits not being enough. He became ill and now has to do dialysis three days a week due to kidney issues. Because he is on medicare can he get social security benefits to help offset his inability... Read more »
If you are asking whether the SSA will give you a lump sum for future social security disability benefits, I have never heard of them doing such a thing because there is no way to know how much longer you will live. If you are in the process of trying to obtain benefits, you get a lump sum for...Read more »
You do not get nearly the amount of money the person paying taxes into the system would have received. I have seen checks as low as $50 and as high as $700. It really depends on how much the wage earner earned during his lifetime and how many recipients are collecting on the benefits. There...Read more »
My fiance was 17 in 2004 dating a 15 year old with permission from the mom. He turned 18 and her stepmother pressed charges. They were dropped but picked up by state. He is stuck w a felony and has to register as an offender. Laws changed and it's now a misdemeanor with no registry. How can we get... Read more »
I would obtain the services of an attorney for this procedure. It is not guaranteed but there is a procedure to relieve someone of sex offender requirements for a carnal knowledge conviction if the conviction was a felony then but would be a misdemeanor today. The procedure can be complicated...Read more »
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