A woman has a mother who may have a power of attorney for her because the mother has taken all of the woman’s property and social security checks and has left the daughter to fend for herself in poverty. First I need to find out if the mother has a power of attorney for her daughter and if she... View More
A power of attorney can be revoked at any time by the principal, even if it was granted without their consent. The principal can revoke the power of attorney by signing a written revocation and delivering it to the agent. If the principal is unable to sign the revocation, they can appoint someone...View More
I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing these issues. I recommend contacting your local Section 8 office or the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for assistance. You can find your local Section 8 office by visiting the HUD website and using the Office Locator tool. You can...View More
Supplementing attorney Tournet's post, I recommend that you consult and have a lawyer prepare your will. You want a will so that your the distribution of your estate is as you desire and an estate planning or wills lawyer is the best person to accomplish this----please use the Justia Find a...View More
Louisiana only permits 2 types of Last Wills: a handwritten will which is valid, if all form requirements are met (Testator's own handwriting, dated, and signed), or a notarial Will, which when all form requirements are met is "self-proving." Handwritten wills are not self proving,...View More
I recommend that you consult and have a lawyer prepare your will. You want a will so that your the distribution of your estate is as you desire and an estate planning or wills lawyer is the best person to accomplish this----please use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for estate planning...View More
If you believe you are under investigation for fraud by the Social Security Administration then you need to consult with a criminal law attorney who is experienced with federal fraud cases. They will be able to help you determine if you are actually under investigation and can advise you about...View More
we were not living together, we married in 2018 an he never got a divorce and I could not afford it. one of his lady friends contacted me to let me know. I have copy of marriage license but not his SS number she was telling me I could file for his SS, my question is I don't want to seem cold... View More
I was receiving social security death benefits from my moms passing when I was 15 till I was 19 and 2 months old cause I was still in school. But I was the payee from 18 until 19 and 2 months old. I didn’t live under my aunts roof and her and my uncle were taking my checks to their bank where I... View More
In addition to suing the one who forged your name, you can also press criminal charges against him/her for forgery. You should notify Social Security also and report the fraud. They may help you recover your benefits that were stolen.
They sent me a letter asking if he was still in school his benefits would be paid up to his graduation date. Which I did and they did. After graduation my son went to work. Imagine that. Now the good part. SSA wants him to pay the three months of S/S he received in 2016 cause he went to work and... View More
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...View More
Yes. Even if he or she has never worked under Social Security, your spouse may be able to get benefits if he or she is at least 62 years of age and you are receiving or eligible for retirement or disability benefits. He or she can also qualify for Medicare at age 65.
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