When you obtain permanent guardianship of an individual, you are requesting a permanent relationship between you as the guardian and the individual to be created. Permanent guardianships can often not be terminated unless the guardian or courts feel it is best. The term permanent guardianship may also be used when a person wishes to obtain guardianship of someone that The post What is Permanent Guardianship of a Child? appeared first on Lilac City Law.
When you have a loved one that needs assistance making major life decisions, whether they are financial or medical, you may find yourself wondering whether or not it is better to obtain a power of attorney or guardianship to help assist them with these matters. Which one will provide you with the best chance to The post Which is Better? Power of Attorney or Guardianship? appeared first on Lilac City Law.
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the world as we know it. This virus has already claimed the lives of over 50,000 Americans, and unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the threat is going away any time soon. No one ever wants to think about what would happen if we were to become so critically ill that The post How Important is a Living Will in a COVID19 Emergency? appeared first on Lilac City Law.
The Social Security Administration relies on the U.S. average wage index to determine how much a person’s income can be and still qualify for SSDI. For 2020, the SSA has determined that disabled individuals on SSDI can make up $1260 per month and remain eligible to receive SSDI benefits. Blind SSDI recipients can earn up The post Will my Stimulus Impact the SSDI Income Limit for 2020? appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.
Because COVID-19 isn’t a long-term chronic illness, there is still much to be determined about how those who recover from the virus will be affected in the coming weeks and months. While it is unlikely that an individual would be able to claim Social Security Disability Insurance benefits (SSDI) as a direct result of contracting Coronavirus, if The post Will I be able to claim SSDI for COVID19? appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.
The first thing I do when I review a new Social Security case is determine the theme of the case. Ultimately, the theme is the reason you cannot work, but I like to call it theme because of what that word means. The dictionary defines the word “theme” as an idea that “pervades a work The post Finding Your Theme of Your Social Security Case appeared first on Joel Thrift Law.