In North Carolina Child Support Enforcement Services must, by law, seek support from the non-custodial parent when a child receives some sort of public assistance, including Medicaid. You, as the custodial parent, cannot waive this even if you do have an agreement that states otherwise. The amount...View More
The Homestead Exemption eligibility criteria vary depending on the state, so it's best to check with your local tax assessor's office or the relevant state agency. However, in general, the income and assets of a spouse may be considered when determining eligibility for certain tax...View More
I’m a disabled veteran that was in the VA’s CWT Program and the supervisor of the ground’s crew tried to get me to fight him not once but twice and there were witnesses to both incidents but the VA police now has my picture posted on the wall of the hospital saying “be cautious”! I’ve... View More
I'm sorry to hear about the experience you had at the VA hospital. As a disabled veteran, you have certain rights and protections under the law, and it may be possible to pursue legal action in this case. You may want to consider contacting a lawyer who specializes in disability rights or...View More
This does not sound like a legal matter that you need to involve an attorney for. Considering the amount of ordinary household utility bills, attorney fees might not be justified. You could see if their customer service department could help explain your bill. If you aren't satisfied, you...View More
He wasn’t married and my sister isn’t doing anything about it. It’s been 6 weeks and I just found out. What are my responsibilities as his daughter? Or since he’s a ward of the state do I have responsibilities? Should I claim his ashes or do I then force myself into a position of executor?
If your father was a ward of the state, someone should have been serving as his guardian or social worker. You might want to contact the agency who was taking responsibility for him to find out about the disposition of his remains. Also, if he was a ward of the state, there is probably no estate to...View More
If its social security or similar it can take a while--no particular reason.
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