Matthew Williams' answer Put the money is escrow and prepare for a fight, if you don't want to pay it. The law will generally imply a month-to-month lease if the specifics are not spelled out in the agreement and go from there. That means 30 days notice will usually be included essentially as customary.
Peter N. Munsing's answer Once it hits the bank they can touch that once they get a judgment. You don't want the civil suit to go to judgment. If you have insurance and they gave you a lawyer I wouldn't worry--it'll be a while before anything threatening will happen and you'll have lots of notice.
Matthew Williams' answer They aren't just going to dismiss the warrant. You will need to address it directly. The fact that you cannot pay the ordered support may help you, but the longer you stay out with a warrant, the less the judge will be inclined to leniency.
Matthew Williams' answer You cannot go to Mississippi without your parents' consent. Unless your boyfriend molested your father, he cannot charge him with GSI. Read the statute: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2907.05
Matthew Williams' answer Honestly, if you cannot find an attorney who wants the case, it's because the case is a loser. Contact any union or civil service association you belong(ed) to and see if they keep a lawyer on staff, many do.
Jake Causing Santos' answer Based on your question, I think you are trying to say that your girlfriend's income is being counted by Social Security to reduce your SSI benefit in some way.
There are certain situations when SSI benefits are reduced. For example, if your girlfriend is paying for part or all of your food and/or shelter, then SSI can be reduced under the in-kind support and maintenance rules. The way to avoid such a reduction is to make sure you pay your full share of your own food and shelter and...
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