Deborah L Hardin’s Answers

Deborah L Hardin

Cabot Social Security Lawyers.

Contributor Level 8
  1. Does evidence have to be file marked by the clerk's office before it can be introduced to the judge? Is motion w/o service legal

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Scott Allen Scholl
    2. Deborah L Hardin
    3. Alan James Brinkmeier
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with my colleagues that you need to hire an attorney to help you with this situation, as soon as possible. If you cannot afford an attorney, Legal Aid of Arkansas has some online resources that may be helpful to you. In a few situations, Legal Aid will even provide a free attorney. Even though you have been granted a continuance, please do not wait until the last minute to find representation. There are many good attorneys on Avvo. Try finding one who offers free consultations....

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  2. Can I beat a driving on suspended license ticket

    Answered 11 months ago.

    1. Deborah L Hardin
    2. Brandon Crawford
    3. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    3 lawyer answers

    Your question is missing some important information. How did you get a ticket if you were not pulled over, not behind the wheel, and the officer did not see you driving?

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  3. Social security application

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Lee Alan Thompson
    2. D K Kevin Dugan
    3. Yolanda Navarrete
    4. Deborah L Hardin
    5. Erin Michelle Sky
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    It is very common for claims to be denied, even though the claimant is disabled and "qualifies" for SSI or SSDI. In fact, most social security disability claims are denied the first time they are filed. A social security disability attorney can make the application and appeals process a little easier for claimants, and usually even increase the chance that a claim or appeal will be approved. Social security lawyers know how to gather the correct type of evidence, handle witnesses, and...

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  4. How do you go about getting my mothers name in case she has to go into a nursing home. She's 86 years old and lives in Alabama.

    Answered 4 months ago.

    1. Deborah L Hardin
    2. Ivette M Santaella
    3. Kelly Scott Davis
    3 lawyer answers

    Please, please speak with a local elder care attorney before having your mother sign the interest in her home over to you and your brother. Giving away her home could have a disastrous effect on her Medicaid eligibility, if she intends to have Medicaid pay the nursing home costs,

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  5. Can a rent to own contract be voided if military gives orders to move?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Michal Falkowski
    2. Deborah L Hardin
    3. Peter J Weinman
    3 lawyer answers

    You will need to look at the contract that you signed to see if there is a military clause in it. If you contact a local contracts or real estate attorney, he or she can look at your lease-to-own contract and tell you what your options are.

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  6. What can I do

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Aaron Scott Hill
    2. Deborah L Hardin
    2 lawyer answers

    You need to speak with the attorney that helped you file the Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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  7. Can you be arrested in the State of Ark for owing a rent to own store back payments?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Aaron Scott Hill
    2. Deborah L Hardin
    2 lawyer answers

    I agree with my colleague, Mr. Hill. The easiest way to resolve this issue is to pay the debt or return the items. Arkansas Legal Aid has compiled some very helpful information on Debt Collection, and how to handle the issue yourself if you cannot afford an attorney. http://www.arlegalservices.org/files/DEBT%20COLLECTION%20FINAL.pdf Creditors are allowed to call you at work, unless you tell them not to. You may want to send them a letter telling them to stop contacting you at work....

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  8. I need help! Social Security denied me because I'm too smart and because of my age.

    Answered 5 months ago.

    1. Stephanie O Joy
    2. Judy Greenbaum Croy
    3. Vance Tate Davis
    4. Deborah L Hardin
    5. Adam J. Troupe
    5 lawyer answers

    You absolutely need to hire a social security disability attorney. The attorney you hire will know precisely what needs to be done to prove your case. If you are worried about being able to afford a social security disability attorney, then you will be relieved to hear that most attorneys do not charge a fee unless you win. Whether you decide to retain an attorney or not - please APPEAL the decision within 60 days of the date on your denial letter! Many claimants make the mistake of...

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  9. My Birth Certificate has my mother's last name, and my social security card has my father's. I want to use my mom's

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Deborah L Hardin
    2. D K Kevin Dugan
    3. Brett A. Borah
    3 lawyer answers

    Call your local social security office and ask them what you need to do to correct the name on your card. They will probably want to see a court order with your new/correct name on it. If you want to change the name on your driver's license, credit cards, bills, social security card, etc, the easiest way to do this would be to go to court and get an official name change. Even though the name you want to use is already on your birth certificate, this court order will help make the change a...

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  10. If landlord breaks agreement and place is not ready to move in do they have to give the money back i paid

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Deborah L Hardin
    1 lawyer answer

    You will need to carefully read your lease to see exactly what was promised and what remedies you have available to you. See if you can negotiate an acceptable arrangement with the landlord. Perhaps he will prorate the first month or give you a discount, due to your inconvenience. However, unless the lease provides for a refund if the apartment is not ready on time, a full refund is probably not realistic. If the landlord refuses to work with you and you are still unable to access the...

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