In the United States, the issue of child support and the financial responsibilities of parents are generally determined by state laws and family courts. If your child's father receives full SSI (Supplemental Security Income), it typically indicates a limited ability to work due to disability,...View More
Finding an attorney for a civil action against the Social Security Administration (SSA) after an appeal loss can be challenging. In Tennessee, consider seeking an attorney with expertise in administrative law or disability law. Local bar associations, legal aid organizations, and disability...View More
Consultation with a Tennessee attorney or local agency specializing in these matters would be advisable to understand the specific requirements and expedite the process given your child's immediate medical needs.
Under federal regulations, a grant for soil conservation would typically be considered income for the purpose of a business or farming operation and may not directly impact Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits or Medicare eligibility. However, the specific facts of your situation may require...View More
Does a retired person who is drawing life insurance and social security have to claim any profit on their taxes, i.e. if they are renting a piece of property or a house and only want to receive cash for rent.
Generally, rental income is considered taxable income and should be reported on the individual's tax return. This includes rental income received by a retired person who is also receiving social security and life insurance benefits. However, there may be deductions and credits available to...View More
I am Durable POA for my son. I have dealt with his banking, IRS, SSI and none of them had a problem with my POA document. I am having a really hard time trying to retrieve his recent medical records for SSI. The facility is saying my document isn't all there. There's 4 pages with my name,... View More
Matter Of Fact is not an Attorney-In-Fact nor an agent for the Principal. Hire a competent attorney to examine the executed POA and advise. Is your Son of age? Did the Notary execute it properly? Did the Principal initial all non-signed pages? A new, properly executed instrument is probably in...View More
An extended friend of mine got a call from a funeral home last year saying I gave them that number which wasn't mine to make plot arrangements and burial plots for myself and every since then I been popping up as deceased even when I went out of state and tried to buy a phone it showed I was... View More
A Tennessee attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for five weeks. It would be helpful for the lawyer to have experience working with personal information with government agencies. Maybe reaching out to identity theft, social security, privacy & security, or other attorneys...View 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... View 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...View More
That's not an easy question to answer without more details. Further appeals focus more on the application of the law to your case as opposed to "not seeing the facts your way". As such, the quality of the written decision and the way the judge conducted the proceedings are of...View More
My employer failed to send SSA withholding to SSA for many years. All employees' SSA statements show $0 for those years. She passed away last year and her family closed that business entity and reopened with a new name, retaining all employees. The new company has paid SSA as required. The... View More
Generic legal advice to all humans being asked to sign anything important--ever: Before signing any document that in an y way raises concerns about the possible affect of that document you should ALWAYS send a copy of the document to your family lawyer and ask them to flyspeck it and advise you...View More
I still get a 2020 stimulus check like everyone else on ssi, or will they take it away from me or garnish my 2020 stimulus check because I have arrears in child support, even though I havent had to make a child support payment in the whole 4or5 years since the state of Tennessee deemed me to be... View More
No, you should hire an attorney early in the process. There is no charge for consultations, and they are only paid if they win your case. You can call me directly if you have any questions. Regards, Steve
I would call the local Social Security Administrative office in your area. I would not reapply until you speak with them. You shouldn't have to apply again if you have an approval letter. It can sometimes take weeks and even several months to receive payment.
The company I work for is a contractor to Nashville Electric Service and NES wants it on there so they can identify us Incase we leave our company and try to get hired to a different contractor for NES. Not one employee has signed a non compete form supposedly it is an agreement between NES and... View More
I have done Social Security Disability law in Virginia for 35 years. Grid rule 201.21 does mandate a finding of no disability even though you are reduced to sedentary work and have no transferable skills. The problem is you are under age 50 which means Social Security thinks you can still do...View More
Not sure of your question. But Social Security is usually an administrative proceeding, which is not an actual trial. Hearsay Evidence is almost completely admissible, especially when it is written, so you do not have evidentiary objections. And your attorney apparently felt the record was...View More
The social security administration informed me about it because she came across another hearing form and realized what had happened. The attorney that signed the paper was no longer representing me in the case at the time that she forged my name.
Its not clear what you mean by "your ex"- if you are divorced, your divorce decree should have addressed the issue of child support, and if he is not paying the child support, you can file a petition for contempt through your divorce lawyer or through the child support enforcement office...View More
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