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New York,NY. HIPAA expiration. I need to submit HIPAA form

New York,NY. HIPAA expiration.Hello,I need to submit HIPAA form to medical insurance in NY city. what is the maximum expiration date can be indicated in this form? we need the authorization for the longest period of time without re-submitting another form.thanks

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I am a 59 year old Australian and have been married to a US

Hi, I am a 59 year old Australian and have been married to a US citizen for almost 5 years. I have contributed no money to the marriage. I left my job in Aust. to marry my husband and live with him in Kauai. I have not earned money in 5 years. My husband is quite wealthy. He owns the house we live in (worth about $3-4 million) and my name is ***** ***** any documentation regarding this. Our marriage is on the brink of breaking up. I have no idea what I am entitled to as if we split up I will return to Aust and have no home, no money, and as I am about to turn 60, my job opportunities are diminished. I would very much appreciate advice. Thanks.

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New York State | Family Court Support Magistrate initial

New York State | Family CourtSupport Magistrate initial appearanceBoth Petitioner and Respondent are "Pro Se"Non-custodial parent files to emancipate 21+ AdultCustodial parent does not serve written objection until day of hearingHearing is by phone, but on affidavit of service, it states that service was in person, previous to day of hearing.Magistrate denies written objection based on several defective and untruthful aspects.Magistrate, on his own motion, sets a fact finding hearing, based on respondent's verbal objection to the petition, day of hearing.Hearing had petitioner making an appearance by telephone, from out of state.********Question: Can we object and move the Magistrate to enter a summary judgement granting the motion to emancipate, when the respondent agreed that adult child was over 21 and that the respondent has no valid motion for modification. (No college was ever agreed to in the divorce decree.)OR...Must this go to a fact finding by some procedural stipulation in the law?

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My sons father is taking me to court to modify child support

My sons father is taking me to court to modify child support orders because he is 60K in arrears. He was in prison for 16 years and there was a waiver during the time he was incarcerated. He has already asked for an administrative review with the child support office and the deemed the arrears to be correct. I will not voluntarily waive the funds. Our child is of age now, but just barley starting out in life and the measly $200 I get a month mostly goes to him when there is a need. What are the possible court decisions? Can they waive the whole amount? He is fully employed, married and has a good paying job now. I am in AZJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: AZJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: no that is my next stepJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no

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We have a 17 year old that is in a mental hospital right now

We have a 17 year old that is in a mental hospital right now because she was cutting herself Sunday a week ago over an ex-boyfriend. She is wanting to see this boy again and he has admitted that he's introduced her to marijuana and E-cigs they are sexually active he's going to be 19 in September she is 17 and will be 18 in March. After a week and 1/2 in a mental hospital she is still adamant about seeing him and not abiding by our rules of the house. Tried to get a protective order and it was not granted this morning. what are our other options or if we throw in the towel what can we do to make sure she is safe if she moved in with this guy? Can this happen with her being 17?

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In my divorce decree completed back in 2000. My son is

In my divorce decree completed back in 2000. My son is turning 18 this year in MAy and in the paperwork it says. I should pay until "child reaches the age of Eighteen except that a child becomes 18 years of age while enrolled in and attending a secondary School on a full time basis, then such support shall continue until the child completes secondary school, provided that such support shall not be required after the child attains 22 years of age."I thought that secondary school is considered high school and post-secondary school is College. So what does the state of Georgia define as "secondary School"?Thanks for your timeDerek West ***@******.***

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I live in PA. I'm divorcing now. My wife filed alimony and

I live in PA. I'm divorcing now.My wife filed alimony and child support.We have joint house, monthly mortgage.Monthly payment is 2050$.Wife gross monthly payment is 3200$.I want to to calculate calculate child support at "https://www.humanservices.state.pa.us".There is item there:"Is there a mortgage payment for the marital home?If the Custodial Parent (CP) occupies the marital home, and the mortgage payment exceeds 25% of the Custodial Parent's income (including support due), the Noncustodial Parent can be required to pay up to 50% of the excess amount. If the Noncustodial Parent occupies the home under the same conditions, a downward adjustment can be made."Question:till which time I will have to pay extra money for mortgage included into child support?

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18 yr old wants to come from Iowa to live in Missouri and

18 yr old wants to come from Iowa to live in Missouri and finish her senior year of High School, will not be living with custodial parent. Does the custodial parent need to sign a document allowing them to attend a certain school? Her mom has custodial rights and her fathers rights were taken but her mom kicked her out of the house and she now wants to live with her biological father and finish her senior year with him.

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My son is 18 and has lived with s Mom until he graduated gh

My son is 18 and has lived with his Mom until he graduated high school then he moved in with me. When we divorced we agreed on neither of us paying child support, so there is no order for it. However I had been giving her $50 a week until he moved in with me. Now she says I owe her the $50 a week still. Do I? Also how do we decide who or how college is divided? We live in Indiana.

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