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0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Sexual Harassment and Social Security on
Q: Can instagram block and delete an account for extortion/blackmail? And how can i ask if it possible?

The account of the extortionists is xxxxx

To prevent other victims.

She is probably from Rhode island.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Social Security for New York on
Q: Is it not true that only a Judge can dismiss a claim on failure to file a claim upon which relief can be granted?

Bono correctly argued claims attorney Perry, could not make a final decision, which is true, but the claimant, court, and others believed Perry was an AAJ, as well as making the review seem sincere it even fooled the LA field office, who sent notice of right to appeal. How were this man, who has... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Ohio on
Q: Hello, I do not receive all the money I'm awarded. It's the cents from social security. I'm awarded that money .

Yes I'm awarded say $1239.89...wheres my cents if I'm awarded..that's stealing just like the casinos don't give you back the change on the tickets..SAME THING!!!

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Kentucky on
Q: I just won my SSI and SSDI case I had a question about back pay?

I my case is back dated to Jan 1 of 2018 and I may filling dating is Feb 22 and I was awarded in September of 22. Will I receive separate backpay checks for SSDI and SSI or will it all be together? I read that when I get my SSDI check my SSI monthly payment will be lowered a month because that Is... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Public Benefits and Social Security for Kentucky on
Q: I just won my disability case. I am getting SSI and SSDI and I had a question about backpay?

I was wondering how it worked will I get it in two separate checks? One for SSI and one for the SSDI. Will they lower my monthly payment when I get the SSDI payment? I've been researching and I've been reading a lot of things. My case is backdated till January of 2018 and I got approved... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Child Support, Social Security, Divorce and Family Law for Florida on
Q: Child support lawsuit Vs. Disability

If I’m unable to work because I’m disabled. Can the mother of my child sue me for money even if I have medical evidence? I just gave the court my documents files for proof but the mother of my child is still pursuing a lawsuit to give her money when I can not work at all.

Pamela J. Fero Esq.
Pamela J. Fero Esq.
answered on Sep 19, 2022

File a modification on child support to adjust your payment while you are in that situation. Do your best to get a job when you can so you can still support your child. It is every parent's responsibility to provide for their children.

Talk to your attorney to know how best to proceed.

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0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Michigan on
Q: Is the US Social Security Death Index and the Numident record the same?

It was my understanding that the Death Master File stating whether a person's death was reported to SSA is part of the SSDI and differs from a Numident record and the US Social Security Application and Claims.

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Illinois on
Q: Would I be implicating myself in a crime if I told the SSA about a possible fraud claim about my ex wife?

So when me and my ex wife got divorced she got approved for SSA and then a few weeks later the divorce was final and I was to pay her a total of $6k over 6 months. I immediately sent her $6k and called it a day. She emailed me and said that would screw her over on SSA and wanted me to email her... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Social Security for California on
Q: Hello. I was married a foreigner and applied for a green card. Okay e separated and I never followed up with immigration

Now I’m marring again and need to apply for green card for him . How do I know if my previous case is canceled or no

James L. Arrasmith
James L. Arrasmith PRO label
answered on Sep 18, 2022

You should submit a public records request to USCIS. You may also call them or send them an email request.

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Tennessee on
Q: I am on disability. My husband passed away suddenly and I lost our home. Can I draw half of his social security?

We do not have children. My husband drew his social security for less than a year. He worked over forty years. I know people who are drawing their social security and half of their husbands in this same situation. At this point I am homeless. I have had two strokes. It is not right that I am... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Texas on
Q: I live in bastrop texas.ive been dealing with social security since 2004.can you help

I'm 54 been dealing with disability since 2004 .my last hearing was with Judge in Pennsylvania no lawyer would help me I live in bastrop.i need help please

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Civil Rights, Domestic Violence and Social Security for New Mexico on
Q: From police officers. Wife sent you text to stay away It as good as if a judge signed it. Is that correct?

I'm a man, victim of domestic violence, I left my house last assault she almost killed. Still healing from my amputated toes from both feet. My son is witness. And she has done everything to keep him from me, even denied to see him by police. She is not biolocial. Everytime I went for close... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce and Social Security for Indiana on
Q: I am in the process of a divorce im also disabled and unable to work can i get spouse support?

Im 29 i am physically disabled and unable to work I've received ssi most my life because my health condition. My husband refused to turn in his information in 2017 he was my payee but then it got shut off today because he didn't want to turn in his information i am paying back over... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Employment Law and Social Security for Illinois on
Q: Can i form an llc for my future box truck business while receiving benefits?

am currently 33yrs old.

Three years ago I was driving semi trucks . Stopped due to multiple surgeries (non-work-related).

Currently on Government Benefits.

Temporary Social security disability

Now present time.

Im close to being fully recuperated so its... Read more »

T. J. Jesky
T. J. Jesky
answered on Sep 11, 2022

The short answer is: Yes. Go ahead and form the LLC. Let it sit until you are ready to make use of it. Unless there is something you have not disclosed, I don't see how forming a LLC will affect your benefits. However, once income starts flowing through your LLC, it may or may not affect... Read more »

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0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for Florida on
Q: My sister is 59 years old and has Cerebral Palsy. She was laid off from her full-time job as a bookkeeper last November

She was earning about $450 a week. She walks very slowly with two canes and has trouble seeing out of her left eye. not been able to find a job since.When she did work, her husband drove her there. He also helped her get that job and the one before. She has not applied for disability yet because... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Social Security for New Mexico on
Q: What does this mean I received message about my claim why did they send it for a non medical review

The state Disability Determination Service completed your medical review on September 1, 2022.


On September 1, 2022, a representative in LAS CRUCES NEW MEXICO started a final review to make sure that you still meet the non-medical requirements for Disability Benefits.

A... Read more »

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