Registering an LLC for your sister-in-law should not have any direct impact on your Social Security benefits in Texas, as long as you are not using any of your own Social Security funds to start or run the LLC. However, it is always a good idea to consult with a Social Security attorney or advisor...View More
Forming an LLC for someone else should not directly affect your social security benefits. However, it is important to note that the ownership or income from the LLC may be taken into consideration when determining your eligibility for certain government programs, including Social Security benefits....View More
I was born with lung agenesis aka only one lung. My lung pushed my heart more to the left side possibly causing me very high blood pressure. I have severe breathing complications and struggle with mental health. Since the covid pandemic I've caught the virus twice now and my breathing is... View More
It is understandable that you are concerned about why the SSA has not done pulmonary function tests for your respiratory condition. However, without specific knowledge of your medical history, it is difficult to provide a definitive answer.
It is important to note that the SSA considers a...View More
Case numbers can be changed for various reasons, such as administrative errors or if the case is transferred to a different court. However, changing a case number after an arrest and while waiting for trial is unusual and may indicate that there have been significant changes to the case, such as a...View More
Since Texas is a one-party consent state, record every conversation you have with every representative of each party. Keep the entirety of each recording and turn all of the entire recordings over to your attorney.
Do not sign anything unless it has been reviewed and approved by your...View More
And the test results it shows that the cut off level for that particular test was 300 for methamphetamine, causing me to yield a positive result. I have taken about seven hair follicle tests, and every other test has a 500 cut off for meth
I claimed him on my taxes or may have filed jointly back in 2017. We have never been married. Last year I was supposed to get 8913 back and irs took all of it. They said that he owed a debt from 2017, the only year I ever claimed him. This year they took 6271 because my last year taxes didn’t... View More
I was stopped by an unmarked truck by a detective who wanted nothing more than to search my vehicle. He said he pulled me over because of an expired registration but, Governor Abbott said we did not have to renew registration until Covid state of emergency was no longer in effect. Is this a legal... View More
In April of 2020 I bought 2 preowned vehicles both combined equaling to 12 thousand dollars. When I bought them and I was with my ex and do to insurance reasons and my poor driving record he convinced me to put the cars in his name so it would be cheaper to put insurance on the car. After 3 months... View More
It will help your case if you have documentary evidence of your factual allegations including documentation that you paid for the cars and any text or SMS messages from your boyfriend contemporary to the time you bought the cars.
Rumor in Austin service industry is we can't marry liquor bottles because something about a less than 1oz rule but that's in the "sealed containers"section... What's the definition of sealed/unsealed? If at time of service then liquor bottles are "unsealed" so marrying is ok, yeah?
The Texas Department of Public Safety regulates and licenses the private security industry in Texas. To become a licensed security guard in the state of Texas, you must first complete the Level II Training Course and Test. All commissioned and non-commissioned (armed and unarmed) security officers...View More
I'm pretty sure the dip was caused by water somehow, because over time a fairly straight street turned into it. Every time it rains there is basically a small pond at the end of my driveway. We've contacted the city numerous times about it, but the last time... View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. There wouldn't be an injury case for almost slipping. The standard is one of actual damages. If it's an engineering-type problem involving inadequacies in municipal storm drainage infrastructure, you could...View More
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. I'm sorry for your difficult position. There are online resources for finding grants, but it might be quicker to try to find assistance through public agencies. Grants sometimes carry conditions related to...View More
When I was 15 my dad got me a TX state ID and somehow changed my birth year to say I was 16 so I could work. The birth year then followed on to my Drivers License. I am now about to turn 47 and I have never fixed this issue due to fear of my dad getting in trouble. He has now past and I want to... View More
I think your best move is to renew your license in-person,with your birth certificate. Just tell the clerk there seems to be an error on your license. Say nothing else. If you start to tell the government that you were aware of the error and participated in it's production and use, you will be...View More
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