I'm sorry for the impact this injury has had upon your life. You chose categories that make sense for injury/disability. But you mention the Industrial Commission of Arizona. If this involves an injury that occurred in the course of your employment, and you had a workers' compensation attorney at...Read more »
The most important piece of advice in this situation is not to speak with the investigators without an attorney present. Do not think you can simply explain the situation or talk your way out of it. That will not happen. Best of luck!
The claimant applying for Social Security Title II disability benefits can receive retroactive benefits for up to 12 months from the date of filing for disability. Since the claimant was found to be disabled on April 15, 2016, and he/she did not file until January 3, 2017, the Administration can...Read more »
Not being paid tried getting info about my account only to find outonly she has access to the account and only she can make any changes or access statements what can i do i am now homeless her and my brother just tell me i don't have any money left the only bill thats paid is a 33 dollar monthly... Read more »
If you have reason to suspect that the payee on your Social Security Disability account is either not giving you sufficient walk-around money to use, or is spending your benefits on things other than your living expenses you should contact the Social Security Administration; there is probably a...Read more »
Your case is very fact based. Arizona used to have guidelines for payment of alimony (now called "spousal maintenance). When those guidelines were in place, and given what facts you have provided, you would have likely have qualified for "lifetime spousal maintenance.
If he decides to continue working after 65, is it possible for me to draw his social security before him. I'm 59 now and he's 58. I don't mind working till I'm 62 or 65 but I have osteoarthritis in my knees and was wondering how much longer I need to work?
This is the Social Security Administration page for you as a divorced spouse. You may be able to receive benefits before your ex-husband, but there is a reduction if you request them before your full retirement age. You should also look into disability payments for yourself, on your own work...Read more »
Your wife's earned income should have no effect on your early retirement benefits. Your payments are only affected if you work and earn more than the exempt amount, which ranges from $16,920-$44,880 in 2017 (see below)
Benefits Withheld When Earnings Exceed Exempt Amounts
The assignment of a payee is within the discretion of the SSA and there probably has to be a good reason to change. The original payee likely will be asked to respond to any concerns or complaints, but the ultimate decision is up to the agency
He withdrew after I rec'd a denial decision from the ALJ hearing. I filed the appeal pro se. I rec'd the remand ltr. March, 2016. Why will no attorney take my case? The ALJ granted my attys motion to withdraw, and by doing so, has left me in a difficult, helpless, position. (reasons I've... Read more »
Suggest you look for members of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Assn who take Social Security cases. Is it something about your phone demeanor or lack of willingness to do some legwork yourself? Maybe it's your case? Your prior attorney should give you your medical records. You can ask the state...Read more »
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a legal...Read more »
to myself, although I did speak English almost the entire time. do they have a translator/interpreter for my interview? As in do they review the recording with someone of my native language to translate what I said? There was no live interpreter during the interview itself.
Start with the Court's web site: http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/. They have guides and forms there to assist you with requesting an extension.
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