I have spoken to at least 4 people who can't give me answers on where my documents are and I dropped them off at the Florence SC office in a big envelope with the address on it so they can send it back. I was not given an option to fax the information the person I spoke to told me to drop it... Read more »
Part-time work can be considered substantial gainful employment by the Social Security Administration. It makes no difference that you would be putting the money into a retirement account. SSA rules would still classify this as income and would need to be reported to SSA even if it is not taxable...Read more »
The SSA Disability determination will be based on your ability to show up and do full time work. Your actual income has little to do with the equation. Sometimes there are exceptions based on you getting paid more than you are able to earn due to a generous employer that is aware of your...Read more »
Your Social Security benefits can only be garnished for unpaid Federal taxes, delinquent non-tax debts owed to other federal agencies, unpaid child support and alimony, and any court ordered victims restitution. Social Security benefits are protected from garnishment when it comes to private debt ,...Read more »
My son filed for disability October 2019 they finally decided he was disabled august of 2021 Wich he received back payment do to his father deceased he was able to claim of him and now he was approved and lived in my house and I took care of him I filed survivors benefits am I eligible for... Read more »
My ex husband is a Correctional Officer and currently his visitation is from Wednesday 430pm-Friday 730pm. Not only is he saying his days are changing, but he wants to change his hours too. The court order states our original agreement of Tuesday-Thursday but we had to change because his hours... Read more »
My dad's wife gave her son (not biological son to dad) my dad's house and land but he is still alive in a nursing home. He would never allow this to happen but she is stopping me and my brother (dad 2 biological child) from contacting him.we are afraid the wife and son hurt him severely... Read more »
Hello, I am trying to help an elderly friend with a concern about her Social Security and SSI benefits, both of which she current receives. She has dual US and Canadian citizenship. She believes she is eligible for the Canadian Old Age Security pension but she has never applied. She is concerned... Read more »
There may be a local law school with a clinic for disability benefits so you could call around and ask. If you are concerned about not having money to pay a lawyer you don’t need to worry about that. You don’t pay up front and the attorney only gets paid a percentage of your back benefits if...Read more »
So I go to credit karma to make acc. They tell me a acc already made with a email. And told me what email. My biological fathers. And so on. Apparently goes on it everyday? Why? My credit. I’m 25. I am mentally disable. Growing up. I guess as a aunt said. He used me for debt. Wells Fargo credit... Read more »
If someone has misused your Social Security number or other personal information to create credit or other problems for you, then you need to take action right away. Go to IdentityTheft.gov - it is a website managed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - and they will help you with a recovery...Read more »
If you have applied for SSI and have an upcoming hearing with a Social Security ALJ for that claim you are not a defendant. Typically in Social Security hearings you are not required to have an attorney. That being said I would strongly encourage you not to represent yourself. There are a lot of...Read more »
We are both equal ownership (inheridence from father who just died) but due to the fact he is involved with a bankruptcy which will not let him pass ownership to me. Do we have any options with out being forced to give up the condo(currently I am living there) at and have to move out? and can he... Read more »
I’m sorry that your father has passed and your brother is in a difficult circumstance. His bankruptcy attorney can explain all of his options with regard to the trust. His attorney may also need to consult with a probate/estate planning attorney. Because the laws regarding the trust are state...Read more »
My grandpa who was his dad said I could and if need to we could do a DNA test with me and him but it's a complicated situation because my dad died when I was seven and I have no records of him except pictures when I was little and he signed in as my dad when I was born but never put on my... Read more »
I do not practice in Oklahoma, but your question appeared in my email today. Most attorneys will talk to you for free to see if they can help you. I recommend doing a google search for "oklahoma name change attorney". This will give you the contact info for several attorneys that...Read more »
You will need to talk to the clerk of court where her aunt resided about the process. It will depend on whether or not her aunt left a will naming an executor. Your wife could also speak with an attorney that handles probate cases. Most attorneys who do estate planning (wills and trusts) will know...Read more »
I had to quit my job in June. He got kicked out of two day cares because of being extremely violent towards other kids and staff. He choked a kid at Boys and Girls Club and broke a kids eye glasses. He was also hitting. He is very violent towards others. We are currently doing regular check ups... Read more »
You are so right to explore whether your son could qualify for child SSI.
SSI is a needs-based program, so there are limited income and resource requirements. Disability underChild SSI is defined as the child having physical or psychological impairment(s) that very seriously limits his...Read more »
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