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Deborah L Hardin

Deborah Hardin’s Answers

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  • How do I get my new car registration papers back from ex-friend who went to dealership and said she was me and took them

    I have been trying to get them since August 18, 20014, my temporary tag expired August 22, 2014, she said she was me and coming to get papers. they just handed them over to her, no request for ID or anything. there is also a check in wi...

    Deborah’s Answer

    This is a criminal matter. You need to call the police now. Then, call them again each time she threatens you, steals from you, etc. You may need to get a restraining order.

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  • I bought a machine from a website called unlimitedoxygen.com for $500 over a year ago. it was never sent and refuse to refund

    I bought an oxygen machine from a website called unlimitedoxygen.com for 500 dollars and 60 dollars for shipping over a year and four months ago. they have maintained contact but only threw emails now, they stopped taking call a couple months ago....

    Deborah’s Answer

    Contact your credit card company, right away! If it is too late to get a chargeback on your credit card, then you will likely need to proceed to small claims court.

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  • I got a summons for an unpaid medical bill, should I sign an agreement to pay with the collection agency outside of court?

    The collection agency for the hospital wants me to enter into a payment plan outside of court but still get a "consent judgment" against me. They mailed papers to me for this arrangement and they include the court paper titled "Consent Judgment" ...

    Deborah’s Answer

    I agree with Mr. Elie. Do not sign anything from a debt collector without having your own attorney review it, first.

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  • Good morning, how do you get your partners name of the bank buisness account.

    our business partner has left with no warning and we have since found out we are in a lot of financial problems, he has been asked to sign off from the business bank account so that we can get thing sorted but as yet has not signed and is now sayi...

    Deborah’s Answer

    Your post is listed as England, AR (a city in Arkansas). That is where the trouble is.

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  • After getting denied for ssi and social security 2 years ago how soon should one reaply

    Was denied ssi, social security 2 years ago hired and Attorney at the 3rd stage we went in front the law judge,got denied i then was told there was nothing else we could do for you it's been 2 years should i apply again i still have the same issu...

    Deborah’s Answer

    Hello, It sounds like you were denied at the hearing stage. It is possible to appeal the hearing decision, but you would have had a 60 day deadline to do so. There is no minimum waiting period prior to reapplying. I would encourage you to reapply as soon as possible. Consult with a Social Security Disability attorney for help. You do not have to pay for the attorney, unless you win your claim.

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  • Notice of Unlawful Detainer

    I was served with a Notice of Unlawful Detainer papers from the previous owner's attorney, however we purchased the property from him through PNC Bank over two years ago. We were originally renting the home. And, decided to purchase the home from...

    Deborah’s Answer

    I would advise contacting an attorney right away. Without seeing the notice, and other paperwork that you may have, there is no way to give a definitive answer to your question. However, it is imperative that you answer within the time given, even if you are unable to find an attorney on such short notice.

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  • Can I sue a doctor for lying to Social Security Disability?

    I repeatedly went to a pain management doctor about my pain for over a year. Each time I was asked I said I got NO pain relief. He kept after me and finally I said I don't care what you say I got no relief so there is no percentage for it! He chan...

    Deborah’s Answer

    The best way to proceed with your claim is to get another doctor that says you are suffering from pain. If you do not have a Social Security Disability attorney, I would advise you to do so right away.

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  • About social security review forms

    My friend is 50 years old and a single mom on Social Security due to mental illness. She recently was sent a review request form and was not aware due to her son misplacing the mail, her benefits have been suspended due to the form not being retur...

    Deborah’s Answer

    Have your friend call her local Social Security office right away.

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  • Are social security service debit card safe from levy, garnishment, set off or attachment?

    Wife left clean out checking and saving account. I open new account in my name only. Creditors are coming after me fast and telling me they can take my SS and Alimony which is prohibited in North Carolina. I spoke with my bank, they advised me...

    Deborah’s Answer

    Actually, there are additional safeguards in place when your Social Security income is on the debit card rather than directly deposited into your bank account. The funds on this debit card are not subject to garnishment and your creditors have no way to access this money.

    It is always a good idea to keep your Social Security income separate from other income (in this case, alimony). While social security income is protected from garnishment, alimony is subject to garnishment. When the two types of income co-mingle in a single account, this tends to "muddy the water," making it far more likely that the Social Security income will be garnished along with the alimony.

    Contact your local Social Security office today, and inquire about getting your funds on the debit card instead of having them deposited into your bank account,

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  • 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.

    can she put it in mine and my brother's names or does she have to actually sell it.

    Deborah’s Answer

    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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