James G. Ahlberg's answer As long as you are not divorced before your tenth anniversary you should be okay under the law as it currently exists. Have your attorney check for changes in the law, however, to be sure.
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H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer It is a no MVC point ticket but your insurance company may still assess insurance eligibility points. With your record you may want to try the case and see if you can win.
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer The SSA allows you to ask for them to forgive an overpayment IF (1) the overpayment is not your fault and (2) making you reimburse the overpayment would create a financial hardship. They are generally fair at granting this relief from my experience. Your son needs to contact the office listed on the letter he received ASAP to request this relief. He has a strict deadline within which he has to make his request. Good luck.
Timothy Denison's answer Apply for a lost title for the car. Then take the title with the vin number and your I’d to the dealership and have them make you a new key. Then go repossess or hire someone to repossess your car. Also make sure that you are not violating the dvo or any family court orders before you do so.
Unfortunately many people get rejected, that should get approved thus the reason for us lawyers. However your appeal can take up to 1 year not just 3 to 6 months. I suggest you get a lawyer because obviously your medical proof was not enough and you only pay for your lawyer if you win out of your past due benefits.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.'s answer We cannot help you with monetary assistance but a lawyer can help you to file an appeal of the decision, if you are under 55 that may be the reason as to the denial, however we would need to know more information. IN any event an attorney can help you with this and the fee is generally 25% of the past-due benefits you are awarded, up to a maximum of $6,000
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer Being physically disabled is not a problem; a will and power of attorney can be done. But if he is mentally disabled he may not have the legal capacity to make a will or POA. Consult with an attorney regarding the specifics.
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer Yes. You are required to pay child support even if you do not have any income. Under Oklahoma law, your income will be considered minimum wage ($1247 per month) or your actual gross income, whichever is higher.
Ellen Cronin Badeaux's answer You have already asked this question and still need to consult with a family law attorney, instead of seeking specific legal advice on a website designed to answer general legal questions.
Katherine Audrianna Roe's answer If you received a denial a few years ago you will need to reapply for Social Security Disability benefits. The deadline to appeal a decision is 60 days (plus 5 for mailing) from the date on your denial letter. In certain circumstances you can re-open a prior claim, but most often it must be done within 12 months of the prior denial. There are limited circumstances when you can reopen a claim that is more than a year old. This is difficult.
Grant St Julian III's answer Who was your ex "signing up for child support" with? Did she provide your social security number and represent it as being hers, or did she just provide your number are required information?
Katherine Audrianna Roe's answer If your husband is unable to work due to his mental conditions (depression and anxiety) he should apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. Social Security considers you to be disabled if 1) You cannot do work that you did before; 2) You cannot adjust to other work because of your medical condition(s) - meaning you can't do any other jobs even if it's not a job you have done in the past; and 3) Your disability has lasted or is expected to last for at least one year or to result in...
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