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DISABILITY INCOME I AM NOT sure from whom you get a disability check, but I have worked with disabled people for some years now, so I'll take a shot at trying to answer your question. Generally, your disability check would be for YOUR disability. I don't imagine your daughter (adopted granddaughter) receiving any of your disability check. The only things I see happening are: your granddaughter is disabled and receives a check. OR, since you are taking custody/guardianship of a minor, maybe you would get an increase in YOUR check, because you would now have a dependent. Whatever happens, her last name should not matter, as long as she lives with you, you are her legal guardian and she is your legal dependent. There is also a possibility of you receiving a stipend (sum of money) for adopting the child. You don't say where you get your disability checks from: a former employer, the state in which you live, or the federal government. You should probably pose the question you are asking to whom ever sends you your checks. I hope I have helped out! <<<ADR>>>
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You should take the car to a car shop for a check-up if you don't know what's wrong. The check engine light could mean any number of rather inocuous things, such as the failur…e of one of fifty various sensors that monitor engine performance, or it could be something very serious. In any event, the vehicle's computer has determined that the vehicle needs attention soon. That's what the check engine light is for; it'll go off when the problem is fixed. You don't want your car to die in the middle of a highway. Many of the larger chain Auto parts stores, such as Advance Auto Parts or Autozone (as well as many service shops) will use a scanner to read the OBD II (On-Board Diagnostic System II) codes and interpret them free of charge. If your vehicle is somewhat older, it may use the OBD I system, and the codes can be read directly from the dashboard -- the procedure is similar for most vehicles, but check an automotive manual to be sure: Turn the key to the on position, without starting the engine, and then back to the off position three times, and then turn it to the on position and leave it there. The 'check engine' light should blink out a series of codes. Write down the pattern of flashes and then look up the codes using the automotive service manual for your vehicle (or from an online source). Haynes and Chilton's are the most popular and available brands of service manuals. Haynes in particular publishes concise and inexpensive manuals (less than $15) for most automobiles. Most vehicles will re-set warnings if the computer loses power for a prolonged period of time; disconnecting the negative battery terminal for a few minutes will usually cancel the fault and force the check engine light off. It will remain off for a few hundred miles, until the engine has re-established enough data to know, once again, that there is indeed something wrong. But, of course this is not recommended, as it usually deletes the stored fault codes, and will make diagnosis of the true cause difficult until the fault codes reappear. In any case, the best solution is to have the vehicle serviced. A vehicle owner who is more concerned about a light on their dashboard than the potential damage to their vehicle that it represents may soon have need of a bicycle.
You are on disability you were married at the time you started receiving disability are you able to draw off your ex-husbands social security?
You will need to check this with your local Social Security facility.
have vehicle scanned to determine the problem and have codes cleared
Yep, I believe so. If you get a crazy check and you get a job and are making money then I don't guess you are crazy enough to get the crazy check anymore huh?
Your engine is misfiring, meaning one or more cylinders are loosing spark, fuel, or there is a mechanical problem. A flashing MIL light will always indicate a misfire. A… scan tool check may reveal freeze frame data to help correct the issue.
if you want a proper and accurate reading you need to check the oil with the end off and cold. the best time to check is in the morning before you go anywhere that way it has …sat overnight and cooled off and settled back into the pan. if it's hot (recently run) not all the oil will be in the pan which can cause you to get a low reading when really it's at an ok level :-)
How can you get your FSA back from being laid off and they cut your insurance the day you get your last check?
I was told by my FSA carrier that I had 90 days after the termination date to file a claim as long as the service was performed before the date of termination. However, …I am not sure if this is specific to my companies agreement or if it is across the board.
What car? low fuel level???
Yes. I know I am father of 2 children whos mother is on disability welfare. She was forced to sign over child support to welfare as condition to continue to receive benefits. …Me grossing less then 900 per month on ei forced to pay $114 either directly to mother or to gov. If money directly to spouse that amount taken off her cheque. If paid directly to gov she gets whole cheque. She is still entitled to make $500 per month part time job but child support considered father contributing to money given to her by tax-payers. It sucks but you can't fight city hall.
If the parent is "permanently and totally disabled" as defined by Social Security, s/he and minor child(ren) might be eligible for RSDI ("regular" Social Security) and/or Supp…lemental Security Income (SSI). In the latter case, the child would likely be eligible for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
Possible ReasonsIt may have gotten lost in the mail, may not have been sent due to recording errors, or other reasons may have delayed it. You should contact the payor of the …check to let them know that you have not received it. They will be able to tell you if there is a reason you will not receive it or help you locate it.
yes, because you are fat
Generally no. Step parents do not take on responsibility for children of other relationships. A disabled child has to be maintained by the biological parents. This only fall…s away if the child is adopted by someone. If the step parent is married in community of property with the biological parent then their common estate is liable for maintaining a disabled child of either parent. In the USA there may be laws in some states that require step parents to support unrelated children, more especially when the biological parent spouse fails to do so.
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hello i am an asain. I am a female. I need help.
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if you have a lein on you, can they take your disabilty money out of your checking account