answered on Mar 8, 2023
If you were approved for SSDI disability benefits and they were suspended because you were in prison, you can request that Social Security reinstate your benefits. You also need to provide Social Security a copy of your prison release documents. Eligibility for SSI terminates after you have been... Read more »
answered on Mar 10, 2023
To apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), you can do one of the following:
Apply online: You can apply for SSDI online at the Social Security Administration (SSA) website. This is the fastest and most convenient way to apply.
Apply by phone: You can also apply for... Read more »
in the contract. They verbally agreed through their agent to honor our agreed upon contract price which happened to be 8K higher than their appraisal. We listed our house on Zillow so are in essence representing ourselves Should we require the buyers to sign an amendment stating that they agree... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2020
If it's not in writing, it didn't happen. The terms of the contract changed if the appraisal contingency was not met and the buyers want to complete the transaction anyway. You should consult a lawyer to formalize the arrangement.
i have taken to the court house clerk a notice to vacate, eviction notice, execution application, sheriff has delivered 30 day notice court will not advise on what forms i need only forms i havent taken is a notice to quit?
answered on Dec 11, 2018
Two of the most common type of eviction cases are rent and possession and unlawful detainer. They are controlled by different statutes. Without knowing your situation, I have no way to determine what type of suit you could file.
A close friend got a letter stating they found a 7 year old mistake on his disability records and they are demanding he repay back around $100,000 in 30 days. Does he have a legitimate case?
answered on Nov 3, 2017
If the letter is from CMS then it should have a notice about a right to assert a waiver of overpayment. Your friend needs to contact the local Legal Services office.
answered on Aug 4, 2016
A weirdness in the law that no Congress has bothered to cure. If you think it stinks, join those advocating for a change.
http://www.medicarerights.org/pdf/two_year_waiting_period_fact_sheet.pdf In the meantime, she should be eligible for
I was found to not be eligible for the unemployment benefits. I appealed the decision and I lost so I immediately repaid the amount I was given. During the appeals process the state charged me interested on what I owed. At the time I was appealing the decision was living in another state (MO) and... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2016
You were caught in the Treasury Offset Program -- TOP. TOP has become one of the primary avenues for states to collect outstanding unemployment overpayments. Generally speaking, this program is legal, as long as the state agency using it follows the various requirements of federal law. Child... Read more »
The child visits every Wednesday night and every other weekend, and the child already has insurance through the father's employment
answered on Nov 8, 2015
Perhaps not. You should ask the welfare department. I doubt that insurance makes any difference, however.
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