Can a disabled person's pension be garnished by credit card companies in the state of Ohio?
All public and private disability benefits are exempt from creditor garnishment. All SS, SSI, SSD SSID benefits, military pensions and most private pensions are exempt from creditor garnishment.
Your mom is getting ready to lose her car can her SSI or Pension be touched She lives in Calif and owes 17K on the car She has 1400.00 a month coming in lives with your sister and has really no bills?
Once a doctor has determined that you are un-employable, and after you have filled out and sent in the proper paperwork to Social Security Disability, it can take quite a while. No time frame can be given because each case is different. Be prepared to be denied at least once. You might have to appeal several times.
A garnishee can be placed on any income Except That the garnishee can not lower the persons income below a certain point. The myth of you can't garnishee pensions comes from the fact that many retirees are below that level already. Head of Household wages, Pension, Life Insurance, Annuity (some) IRA, Disability are protected from most attachments... Except from things like taxes & child support. The original question is too vague to know why the…
Computer software that assists disabled persons is known as "Accessibility Software." This sort of software can help visually impaired persons read, by synthesising on-screen text into audio. This is known as text-to-speech. Other software may enlarge text on the screen, or provide on-screen magnification.
Social Security provides cash payments for persons who are at least age 62 and those who are "permanently and totally disabled." Medicare provides health insurance for persons over age 65 and persons who are "permanently and totally disabled." For either program, the individual must have 40 credits of "covered employment" (i.e., calendar quarters during which they paid into the program). Both are funded by payroll taxes and administered by the Federal government.
Law, Congress made law that allows federal agencies to make or change law that affect their agency. An example the dept of education in collecting student loans change the law for totally disabled. The law was (and still is for the military) when a total and permanently disabled person requested their student loan be waived the if granted all the money collected from the disabled person after they became disabled was returned. The department of…