Are you unable to work and in need of financial assistance to pay for the essentials of life? If you have not worked long enough to qualify for assistance benefits through Social Security Disability, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) if you are aged 65 or older, blind, or meet the Social Security Administrations criteria for complete disability. In order to begin receiving SSI payments as a blind or disabled adult, there are several things that must be proven. Although the specifications vary according to your specific medical condition, medical evidence and assessments must clearly show the following:
Unable to Spend Time With Your Grandchild? We Can Help
If you are a grandparent who has been unable to spend as much time as you would like with your grandchild or have been unable to see your grandchild at all, the laws of West Virginia allow you to file a petition for court-ordered visitation with your grandchild. Most grandparents are able to secure a reasonable visitation schedule with their grandchildren as long as the visitation is in the best interest of the child and the visitation would not significantly interfere with the parent-child relationship. There are nine important factors that the court generally considers when ordering visitation rights for grandparents:
If you are unable to work due to a serious medical condition and your claim for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits has been denied, we understand your frustration. Unfortunately, only a very small percentage of initial claims for benefits are approved. If your claim was unfairly denied, Isner Law Office can help you fight back – and win!
After you have decided to seek relief under the bankruptcy act, determined your eligibility, and completed your credit counseling course, you will need to determine which property is exempt from inclusion as an asset subject to seizure. You may typically list the following on the exemption schedules that are submitted with your petition for bankruptcy. *Note that value is determined by current actual value, not what you originally paid for it. Depreciation of value can be significant.
Have You Been Arrested? We’re Here to Help
If you have been arrested or are being charged with a serious crime in the state of West Virginia, your first step is to call Isner Law Office immediately at: 304-636-7681. Whether you made a mistake or are facing false allegations that are completely untrue, you can rely on our experienced legal team to help you get through this nightmare.
As a motorcycle rider in West Virginia, the beautiful mountains and scenery are yours to enjoy; however, each time you hit the road you face a specific set of risks. Be sure to wear your safety gear every time you ride to help ensure that you are protected against the seven most common injuries faced by motorcyclists:
Who Is Eligible to Receive Payments?
If you have suffered the loss of a loved one in West Virginia as a result of someone’s negligence or actions, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation. A wrongful death civil suit may be filed whether or not a criminal case has also been filed. In contrast to any criminal charges against the person responsible for your loved one’s death, the purpose of a wrongful death lawsuit is to provide financial compensation directly to those individuals who are affected by the loss.
The probability of being involved in a car crash at some point in your life is so high as to be almost a guarantee. With this grim prospect in mind, the least you can do is learn exactly what you should do after a vehicle accident. Because you will likely be upset, unable to think clearly, probably in shock, and possibly injured, you might consider printing a copy of the five most important steps to take following a car crash.
Whether you are going through a divorce or otherwise have cause for concern regarding the custody of a minor child in West Virginia, it is important to understand how the legal system determines who is granted custody of dependent children. In some cases, custody changes several times throughout the child’s life as the circumstances of the parents’ lives change. This is not ideal, but for many it is a reality.
Are you a divorcing custodial parent wondering how much financial support you will get for your child? Has your spouse been awarded custody and you are worried that an excessive child support order will leave you unable to pay your bills and care for yourself? A strict mathematical formula is applied by West Virginia courts to determine what is considered to be a fair child support payment for the care of children whose parents are divorcing.