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I have been at my apartment for a year now. There is no

I have been at my apartment for a year now. There is no signed lease. I went into rehab for 8 weeks from Feb. 14th to April 1st. I paid my rent in June. $500 but my landlord has given me a one week notice to be moved out by July 1st. She claims if I'm not out by Then she will take me to court. I gave her a check for the arreage of $1600 but the check is no good. Under the law can She prosecute me as she claims? I just need time right now cause I work many hours. Do I move out by July 1st or should I stay and weigh out the issues with being a squatter? Can you help me?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MissouriJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Just a piece of paper on my door she left stating pay the arreage of $1600 or your out. Then the County Sheriff will make you leaveJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Well I have health insurance but not enough funds to pay for a consultation. I'm sorry. Is that ok

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TJ, Esq.

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Husband is an addict & alcoholic. I am self employed & he

Husband is an addict & alcoholic. I am self employed & he has a good union job. He has taken all assets that he believes belong to him off the property, and now refuses to pay our mortgage. He has depleted any $ we have & I am stressed about our home. He has a union lawyer & I have no lawyer due to him spending all our savings. Can he just walk away from financial responsibilities? And can I file without a lawyer even though he will get a good one, and still have a chance?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: AlaskaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: No-JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: We have grown children and have been married for 12 years

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legalgems

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I have been working for a company as a professional for

I have been working for a company as a professional for around 10 years. So far no problem but company is going thru hard times, there is possibility co will lay off several people. I also have had a leukemia diagnostic for a bit over 3 years, sincè it is asymptomatic I have not notified the company because I have no need for treatment now but I could in the near future or midterm. Is there an impediment to my firing and losing health insurance as well as disability? Nothing has happened but I just want to prepare and see if I have any options other than being fired and losing benefits and insurance and potential disability, insurance has covered appointments and some tests related to disease so there is a record, Thx

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My daughter has just been diagnosed with a very rare cancer,

My daughter has just been diagnosed with a very rare cancer, Ana Plastic T Cell Lymphoma. She has been married 21 years & they separated 2 1/2 years ago. Divorce was never mentioned until we found out she had cancer. She has also whats know as ALK Negative. There is a mutation in her genetic makeup. Her prognosis is maybe she'll live another 5 years it's that deadly of cancer. Only 4 or 5 % of the population has it & it's a killer. My husband suddenly wants a divorce which will cancel my health coverage. I can't work I need some answers... Can he do this? Can I get alimony? Can I keep my insurance if he does this??? I am devastated & lostJA: Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Ohio & there are no childrenJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: not to our knowledgeJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: When I left he kept the house, furniture & car

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I have an HSA plan through work. Every quarter, my employer

I have an HSA plan through work. Every quarter, my employer makes a contribution. I have money every week that goes into the savings account from my paycheck. My husband is responsible to cover his 2 children from a prior marriage under medical. I have them on this plan along with our 2 children together. His divorce decree states that his is responsible for 55% of out-of-pocket expenses and his ex-wife is responsible for the remaining 45%. She is stating that we have to use up the HSA funds before she has to pay anything towards the out of pocket on their 2 children. I need to know if this is true or if she still has to pay her 45% as the decree says. I don't think it would be fair if the funds were all drained for just 2 children. Please help me understand.

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John

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I fell more than 90 days past due on a health insurance

I fell more than 90 days past due on a health insurance policy, but still received a bill through the end of the following month. I paid the bill in full, which was cashed and caught me up through the current month, but having been told I was having some insurance issues with a provider, checked only to be told by the insurance company that the policy had been cancelled. As they cashed a check for payment, are they required to provide coverage?JA: What state are you in? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: FloridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: YesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I have been receiving statements from the insurance company indicating that provider services were being paid with a brake down of the insurance and my obligations.

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My parents recently immigrated to the US on permanent

Hello,My parents recently immigrated to the US on permanent resident status (green card). They need to wind up things back in their country before settling here forever. Is there a legal clause that would allow them to return after staying in the US for just 3 months? They do plan on returning back to US within 1 year of leaving.Also, what is a better option for getting them health insurance in the long run? Medicare or Medicaid?1. Work in the US for 40 quarters to qualify for medicare.My uncle who is a US citizen needs helps in his business, so my parents were going to help him out for free. But my uncle suggested that he could pay them so they eventually can get social security and medicare benefits after 10 years. As their employer, my uncle will have to pay their social security and medicare if he pays them too so that is an additional expense for him. But is worth getting them on payroll regardless to secure medicare eventually. They will get very minimal wages probably 10k or less per year each.2. We plan on settling in north carolina. Do they qualify for medicaid there? Is this option better financially?

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Divorced in 97 with 6 yrs active and 12 guard, I stayed in

Divorced in 97 with 6 yrs active and 12 guard, I stayed in and now ex wants 50 % of retirementJA: Are you overseas or stateside?Customer: Stateside, ArizonaJA: Have you talked to anyone in the chain of command about this?Customer: No I retired 5 yrs agoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No

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I read this article on health insurance and common law

Hi! I read this article on health insurance and common law marriage in DC and have some follow up questions. http://www.justanswer.com/family-law/6v7rw-common-law-marriage-certificate-district.html My partner and I met criteria for a common law marriage while living in D.C. (shared residence and living expenses, intent to be married, of sound mind/not related, each others power of attorney). We have moved to Washington state. My understanding is you cant establish a common law marriage in Washington state, but the common law marriage we previously established in D.C. still holds weight here. Is that correct? And, if so, is this sufficient for me to be eligible to be covered on his health insurance? Thank you.JA: Not for this question, but they might if you need additional services. You'll have to ask the Family Lawyer about that. Because family law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: Washington state but the common law marriage was established (if i understand correctly) in DCJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Thats it, thank you.

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