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Yes, it is legal unless they are not on your property.

Noone can really determine how long a decision will take.  What we and other firms are able to do is call into SSA and ask fro an update and see if a hearing has been or is close to being schedul ...

You were probably appointed an attorney ad litem if you're in the CPS system. You should ask that attorney or any attorney on your case about child support to be paid by your father or to be taken out ...

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The 7 Most Common Work Hazards

The 7 Most Common Work Hazards To assess what work conditions contribute the most to worker injuries, illnesses and deaths, the National Safety Council (NSC) sends safety consultants around the countr ...

Victory for Injured Workers

Victory for Injured Workers in PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Workers’ Compensation Lawyers: Victory for Injured Workers in PennsylvaniaBy Michael W. McGurrin, Esq. and Gabriela Raful, Esq. Pennsylvan ...

How to Apply for SSI in MA

SSI or Supplemental Security Income is a Social Security Administration run program that provides financial assistance to the disabled or blind over the age of 65. Under this program, the disabled, an ...

Divorce Lawyer

Minnesota couples who get a divorce may discover that the process can have a significant effect on their finances, including any Social Security benefits they may receive. It is important to understan ...

EX-SPOUSES’ RIGHTS TO SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT BENEFITS

EX-SPOUSES SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEIR RIGHTS TO SOCIAL SECURITY SPOUSAL RETIREMENT OR WIDOW/WIDOWER BENEFITS AS A FORMER HUSBAND OR WIFE, IF YOU WERE MARRIED AT LEAST TEN YEARS AND HAVE REACH ...

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