Stop the Wait Act – What is it?

A bill was recently introduced in Congress with the goal of dramatically reducing the waiting period for people to start receiving disability benefits. U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA), U.S. Representative Lloyd Doggett (D-TX-35) and  U.S. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA-01) introduced the Stop the Wait Act. After waiting months to qualify for coverage, people have to … Continue reading Stop the Wait Act – What is it?

Can We Change Our Mind After Filing for Divorce?

Sometimes the process of going through a divorce can be emotional. And sometimes couples feel immediate regret after filing for divorce. So, the question is, can you simply change your mind and cancel a divorce after you have filed it? It really depends on how far along the process you are. If the divorce has … Continue reading Can We Change Our Mind After Filing for Divorce?

What Should I do if my Ex isn’t following Court Order?

A divorce with children can result in very strict guidelines as to when children are to visit each parent. Usually, the court will try to give both parents as much access to the children as much as possible. Sometimes, for whatever reason, a parent may not follow the guidelines that the court set out for … Continue reading What Should I do if my Ex isn’t following Court Order?

Disability and Student Loans – What You Should Know

You have probably heard all of the conversations around student loans in recent years. They are the one debt that a person cannot get rid of, even with a bankruptcy. In the past, people's social security benefit payments have been garnished to pay back these debts. There is one exception to this scenario of which … Continue reading Disability and Student Loans – What You Should Know

First Responders and Mental Disability

First-responders have one of the more difficult jobs on the planet. They must show up to scenes where the worst tragedies happen. They deal with events that are much too shocking for most people to handle. They are a special type of person. But it is important to remember that they are people and, though … Continue reading First Responders and Mental Disability

How Long Does Divorce Take in Florida?

Divorce, like any legal process, can take time to accomplish. Each state may vary as to what they require and how long it takes to complete a divorce. There are wide ranging results regarding the time from the start of the process until the time it is completed. It doesn't always have to be a … Continue reading How Long Does Divorce Take in Florida?

Will the Work Requirement Changes for Medicaid Affect Florida?

You may have heard that under the current administration there will be changes to the work requirements associated with Medicaid. What has actually happened is that the current administration has made this a state level decision. So, if your state seeks no changes to the work requirement, then nothing will change. Currently, the states that … Continue reading Will the Work Requirement Changes for Medicaid Affect Florida?

What You Can Expect at Your Social Security Hearing

Going into any new situation, a person likes to be as prepared as possible. It helps to know as much information as you can for an upcoming event, especially one as important as your social security hearing. We have compiled this list of things you can expect to happen at your hearing: You will be … Continue reading What You Can Expect at Your Social Security Hearing

6 Reasons You May Need an Attorney for Your Divorce

Divorce can be a painful event in a persons life. So, naturally, most people want to make it go as smoothly as possible. But there can be a lot of bumps in the road as well. Many couples handle their divorce without the help of an attorney. A majority of coupe seeking divorce retain the … Continue reading 6 Reasons You May Need an Attorney for Your Divorce