When injury or illness makes it impossible to work a normal job, social security disability insurance (SSDI) is here to help you stay on your feet -- at least, in theory. In practice, disability cases can sometimes be lengthy and difficult to see to a successful conclusion. If you plan to apply for disability, then it is important to understand both the process you will face and the requirements that you must meet.
You often hear about custody and visitation disputes, but may not have given much consideration to another area of family law -- grandparent's rights. There are many situations in which a grandparent might have a legal basis to see visitation or custody of a grandchild. As with any other area of family law, these sorts of matters and the rights of the grandparent vary state by state.
If you think you have a grandparent's rights situation on your hands and want to handle things in a way that serves you best, read on.
Any commercial property owner that has a business in an area where the climate brings icy conditions and snow should maintain their property properly. If you were going into a store, place of business, or another location and you slipped and were badly injured, call a lawyer. When medical bills and missed time at work or other complications are putting strains on your life, you need legal help.
Here are some of the things that you will want to get together so your lawyer can accurately examine the case.
If you are one of the millions of Americans living with a mental illness and it is seriously affecting your ability to hold down a job, then applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) through the Social Security Administration (SSA) office in your area or online is advised. However, before you apply, it's important you understand each of the three most common reasons for denials and how to avoid them:
Denial Reason #1: Complete All Paperwork and Double-Check it Before Submitting It
If you are going through a divorce, there are many things you will need to take care of. One of these things is your marital assets. Before you lose something that you want to keep, below are some tips on how to take care of the assets in your marriage.
Assets Before Marriage
If you already had assets when you entered your marriage, these are known as non-marital assets. For example, you may already own the home that you and your spouse move into, valuable jewelry, vehicles, and more.