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March 2019 Archives

What details should I include in my will?

Adults often hear that they should have a will. Many people know that it's important to have one. They understand that it ensures that their assets are passed on seamlessly to their heirs. What few people know though is exactly what details are needed to ensure that the process goes off without a hitch. This is why, if you contact a clerk of court in Trenton, they'll always advise you to seek legal counsel for guidance.

3 steps for uncovering hidden assets in your divorce

If you have the feeling that your ex-spouse is hiding assets from you during your divorce process, you might be correct. The truth is, hiding assets is unlawful, but it's also fairly common. If you suspect that the hidden assets exceed $500 or $1,000, you might want to expend some of your resources to look deeper into the matter.

What happens when the SSA reviews your disability case?

If you are unable to work due to a disabling medical condition, mental illness or injury, you could be eligible for disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. However, once you have these benefits, it may come as a surprise to you to learn that you do not have a guarantee that you can keep them forever. The SSA does, on occasion, go through and evaluate the cases of people currently receiving benefits.

Doctor's orders and Social Security Disability claims

Are you closely following your doctor's orders? Are you taking all your medication? Are you going to your follow-up appointments on time? Are you working on losing some weight, as per your doctor's instructions?