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Got disability approved, had a hold on it because of back childsupport. Had a court date got approved again and I received a letter of intent. Lumpsum still on hold since 5 months. Called Baltimore spoke to supervisor why on hold. They told me to ...
I agree with my fellow attorneys. This is too long to wait for payment. Try contacting your senator's office and see if they can apply a bit of pressure. I would also try calling the payment center every day, and ask to speak to a supervisor (keep going up the chain) until you get a satisfactory response. Sadly, it is so easy for cases to fall between cracks and just get lost. Good luck - I hope you are able to receive your money soon!See question
My brother has numerous doctors saying he never work again. he had a brain aneurism 2 years ago. he has been denied twice by social security and now by the judge which he has to appeal
I agree with the two lawyers above. With SSI, benefits depend (in part) on the amount of resources that your brother has available to him. With SSDI, the amount of resources does not matter. You might want to check with your brother to find out whether he has applied for SSI, SSDI, or both.
If both - it might still be okay, but your brother really needs to check with his social security lawyer first, to be sure.
I've been receiving SSI for 6+ years and got married just about 2 years ago. 6 months into marriage, my husband fell seriously ill and was approved for disability 2 weeks ago. We are now both receiving disability benefits. I have been his caregive...
The best way to protect your benefits is to continue to see the doctor for your impairments.
Many people go through the appeals process without an issue. However, if SSA reviews your claim and determines that you are "no longer disabled," be sure to appeal IMMEDIATELY so you can continue to receive benefits while going through the appeals process.See question
I have claimed each week and am eligible monetarily and separation wise as of today. When should I receive payment
Congrats on getting approved for your benefits! It sounds like it has been a struggle for you.
I am changing the practice area of this question from Social Security to Employment law, as that would be a better match.
Hopefully, someone there can answer your question.
Best of luck,
I will be purchasing over the counter deeds in that state of Arkansas and would like to have that particular Title/Real Estate Attorney company handle all aspects of my business.
What do you mean by "over the counter deeds?" If you are referring to tax deeds, you are not likely to find both a real estate attorney and a title company within the same company, to help you confirm the title of your investment properties.
Establishing a clear title to properties purchased through tax sales is accomplished by filing a Complaint to Confirm and Quiet Title. This is a complex legal process consisting of an action filed with the County Circuit Court where the property is located. Arkansas state law has very specific requirements for these types of actions.
Please consult an Arkansas Real Estate attorney who has experience in this area to assist you with confirming your title. For more information about what to expect after a tax deed sale, you might want to read this page: http://thehardinlawfirm.com/real-estate/tax-deed-property-in-arkansas/after-purchase-of-tax-deed-property/
Best of luck with your investment property!
I have suffered from depression and anxiety for over 4 years now. My grandma recently passed, and my depression has become worse. I am emotionally unable to work, and I just feel so worthless right now..I loved my job, and I wish I could have work...
First, let me just say that I am so sorry to hear about your anxiety and depression.
About whether you should qualify for benefits:
If your disabilities prevent you from working, and are expected to last at least 12 months, then you should go ahead and apply for benefits. You will need to have earned enough work credits to be eligible for SSDI. Or, your resources will have to be low enough to qualify for SSI.
Mental health issues are difficult to prove, and winning claims on these issues alone can be tough. That doesn't mean you shouldn't try, though. Please talk to a local social security disability attorney about your situation and see what he/she recommends. They often provide a free consult, so you can just go in and determine whether you have a good case.
I'm joint owner of a piece of property with my uncle, and I would like to sale him my interest in this property...So I'm thinking I would need to take my name off of this deed.
A quitclaim deed that conveys your interest to your uncle would remove your name from the title of the property. Please consult with a local real estate attorney about this, though. If this matter is as simple and straightforward as it sounds, it shouldn't cost much to have the deed drafted.
Once the deed is drafted, you (and your spouse, if you are married) will sign the deed in front of a notary. After you have received payment, transfer taxes have been paid, and everything is in order, you record the quitclaim deed with the county clerk. An attorney will walk you through the steps to make sure all the legal requirements have been met, and your bases are covered.See question
I OWN MY MOBILE HOME ON SOME PRORERTY THAT IS OWNED BY SOME ONE ELSE THEY AGREED TO SALE ME THE PRO[ERTY NOW HE WANTS TO EVICT ME
You need to consult with a real estate lawyer right away. When you go see the lawyer, take these items with you:
-your contract with the seller;
-correspondence with the seller regarding the eviction;
-proof that you have been making payments as required by your contract; and
-anything else you feel is relevant to this matter.
If you do not have a written contract, don't give up. But, do seek the advice of an attorney right away (and bring whatever proof you DO have)!
Best of luck!See question
Applying for Housing Benefit but has been delayed due to providing additional information. Rent not been paid for 3 months but I have a Guarantor, can I still be evicted?
If you have not been paying rent, and your guarantor has not been paying rent on your behalf, then you have violated the terms of your lease. Nonpayment of rent is the most common reason for eviction.
You might want to contact AR Legal Services to see if they will represent you in your eviction proceedings. They might be able to buy you a little time to get your housing benefits worked out. Keep in mind, though, you still owe the rent and it must be paid.
You can apply for legal services online: https://www.arlegalservices.org/See question
Íneed advice I have not yet recieved my ssdi backpay. My atty was sent 6000 dollars over 5 months ago and I have recieved 4 monthly checks bydirect depoŝit. SS officë says Iam expidited list. Iwas also told that there are no offsets so Ihave mov...
I am so sorry to hear that SSA has kept you waiting for four months! I know this is frustrating.
I always encourage clients to call me if they have not received their backpay within 90 days of receiving the Award Letter. At that point, my office starts calling the SSA office to try and track down the payment or find out what the holdup is. Basically, we bug SSA until the money comes through!
Call your lawyer! I hope you get your money soon. Best of luck.See question