How To Get Out of Contempt of Court Charges For Child Support?
If you fail to pay child support as ordered by a court, there are several methods that can be used to force you to pay. Contempt of court charges is just one of the methods. Failing to obey an order to pay child support may also affect your Social Security disability benefits. The fact that you have a disability that prevents you from working does not automatically relieve you of your obligatio...Read More
What Endocrine Disorders Qualify For Social Security Disability?
Endocrine disorders represent a major group of qualifying disabilities under the Social Security Disability (SSD) rules. The endocrine system is on of the most important systems in the human body and plays a major role in the proper functioning of our bodies throughout our life. In this blog post, we’ll discuss each of the endocrine gland complexes and the illness and diseases that qualify f...Read More
Do I Have To File Taxes When Receiving Disability Benefits?
If you receive disability benefits, you may be required to file a federal income tax return. Determining whether you must file an income tax return and pay taxes when receiving disability benefits is not as easy as it is when you receive earnings for working at a job. A number of factors come into play when it comes to deciding whether you must pay taxes on money received through Social Securit...Read More
New York Temporary Disability Insurance Program for Pregnancy
For many, expecting the birth of a child is one of life’s most exciting and momentous occasions. It’s a life-changing experience, to say the least. While having a baby can be an exciting and highly anticipated event, it’s also an experience from which a mother needs time to recover following delivery, and potentially for some time after. Fortunately, for those who live in New Yor...Read More
Signs That You Will Be Approved For Disability
It’s perfectly understandable that you may be wondering whether the application that you submitted for disability benefits will be approved. The fact that more than two-thirds of disability claims submitted each year to the Social Security Administration are denied after initial review is a good reason to be concerned about your chance of success. Working with a disability lawyer and the ...Read More