If she is still a minor, you can apply for her and collect the benefits to spend on her. If she is an adult, you can still help her apply, but SSA will decide who receives the benefits to pay for her needs. SSA will help you and your daughter get it all figured out.
My ex kicked in my door which resulted in a minor injury but I do not want to go to court he has threatened to kill me. He was caught at the scene of the crime. Can he still be convicted without my testimony?
I received papers in the mail stating that I would be paying $253 monthly on one child, my question is do I now have a bench warrant on me due to not going to family court on my first child support appearance?
Court is in Madison Co, Kentucky & I've had 1 attorney that didn't work out so I'm in the process of finding 1 that can beat this corruption. I have cancer and am unable to work right now but I have a supportive family who will do anything to help me see my daughter more,... Read more »
I had Court ordered child support- father refused to pay and could not be located for many years. Father located after child emancipated. I am in the process of reopening my child support case to enforce payment of back child support. I am currently awaiting a Judgment on the arrearage.
He resided in a nursing home and his 2 kids however they don’t hve anything to do with him and his daughter has a pending case against her for stealing his money and not paying his rent as well as selling his vehicle. I also informed his son I have received the first check which is not care of me... Read more »
I’m 16 and live with my grandparents they have custody over me I want my dad to have back custody over me cause my grandparents basically treat me like their slave i have to stay home 24/7 and cook for them clean for them, like every 5 mins they yell for me to get a drink for them or cook food... Read more »
Court A already made the initial Custody determination. Court B refuses to give full faith a credit to existing judgement. Retains case from court A for two yrs. Court A is as circuit court. Court B us a district Court. UCCjEA requires communication, full faith and credit and priority to child... Read more »
Allegations of child abuse. Mother takes child too hospital. Cps is called and investigates. Mother also filed dvo on father. CPS files no petition with court. Cps declines prosecution. But enter parenting plan. Court orders 1yr dvo. Since dvo and cps are covered under different rules. Is it proper... Read more »
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The house was paid off 5/2020 and they have yet to release the deed. The deed however is in my former name and I need to switch the name over to my current married name put my husband's name on the deed as well.
Question concerns block 4 of form. Does she need to “apply for probate of his will”? Not sure what this would entail and if there is an advantage or disadvantage to doing this and if this would mean additional expenses? There have been no expenses with the estate as his funeral was prepaid.
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