Background: My wife and I married 1 year ago. We are 54 and
Background:My wife and I married 1 year ago. We are 54 and 53 respectively. My wife has a developmentally disabled son that is now 19 years old. We live in Bakersfield, CA. He lives independently and receives disability social security as his income source. We currently manage his income but that will be cared for by the Kern County Regional Center when we leave the area. She owns a house (prior to our marriage) that is paid for and is a rental property for us. We are writing our will and she wants to allow him to live in the house free of charge for the rest of his life as his inheritance.JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Question:Can we transfer title of the house to him without placing his Social Security at risk?JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: that is the question
I have applied for Term Disability with an insurance
I have applied for Long Term Disability with an insurance company.1- I have multi conditions including mental and Physical. Which one will be the primary condition for disability? will this make a different in the short and long term?2- Do I need to apply for Social Security also? Is it true that if SS accepted my application, the Long term disability cannot deny may claim?3- If I go back to work part-time, will it affect my disability status?
I was in a car accident which left me disabled. I had to
I was in a car accident which left me disabled. I had to leave my job and was on short-term and long-term disability through my job for over 1 year. I also had a personal injury case pending on this accident, my disability insurance company asked me to apply for ssi disability benefits which I did. My case settled my attorney negotiated a reduced payback amount for the disability benefits I received. The insurance company recived a check from my lawyer. I was well enough to go back to work after several surgeries. I am possibly going to receive retro ssi benefits for the period of time that I was not working. My question is since my repayment of my disability was already negotiated and paid, do I get to keep the retro ssi payment
I'm a contractor & my general liability just due to a
I'm a contractor & my general liability just doubled due to a construction defect lawsuit that just settled after 3 years of litigation. I shopped around for a better premium price & I found one & signed up, but just this morning when I checked my email another agent came in with a much better premium & with the same high quality "A" rated company. My question is does the 3 day right to cancel also apply with regard to insurance matters? Please advise.
I hurt my right shoulder november 12 2014 went to hospital
i hurt my right shoulder november 12 2014 went to hospital they said nothing was broken told to wear a sling for ten days.i went four days then had a stroke on same side that was injured.was inhospital for a month not until i got home and tried to rehab from stroke it was painful to lift right arm. so thearpist told me to go to dr. he stated he thought it was a torn rotator he could not be sure without mri sent to stroke dr. evauate condition of body to see if i could do mri because of stroke done nerve testing and was okayed for mri. it was found to be a major tear in rotator time passed and was finally ok for surgery that went well. to get what i wanted to know is the state offered almost 24000. the letter i receieved from them then i get letter from cowles company i used to work for stated i was over paid during all this they sent a check for 13000 and monthly installments 972 they take145. leaves 847. a month except last installment suppose to be jan2017 but it is only 132. according to my figures they still owed over 3000. what can i do also do i have to pay taxes on this being a was a personal injury claim.
Several years ago, I had a job which offered the fringe benefit
Several years ago, I had a job which offered the fringe benefit of long term disability for a small cost. Two years ago, I became disabled, and the insurance company has been paying me $800 a month, per the insurance agreement I had. I am going to my social security hearing in July, and now I find out that the insurance company wants me to pay them back the $800 a month when I get my approval. By the time I pay the lawyer, that's about what I will have left. Can they do that? This seems more like a loan than insurance. I am in Maine.
Why would a school send a certified letter to someone on work
Why would a school send a certified letter to someone on work related stress relief. I have long-term disability insurance. Also, I have been working with a psychiatrist M.D. since my early 20s for serious panic disorder, PTSD, a eating disorder. Two years ago I suffered a serious injury at work and had to get an attorney b/c my employer was so aggressive that my doctor actually said that he was worried for me. Since then the superintendent of the district has been really bad to me and he recently wanted to talk to me about a concern he had about my level of service. This just put me over the top and I had to leave b/c I was mentally such a mess. I called in sick and went to see my psychiatrist who immediately put me on stress relief until from April 10-July 1st. Now I received a notice that I have a certified letter waiting for me from my work. Any ideas on what it could be?
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