I live in Ohio my husband purchased the home just 11 months before we were married If he dies do I have interest in the home he stated that I would receive it if he die do i get the home?
Not necessary. He should draft a will and make his wishes known that he wants the house be given to you. Probate Court could rule differently. Like split the house between you and his parents or siblings. Get him to an estate planning lawyer and draft a will.
Can separated but still married wife receive social security death benefits when disabled husband dies?
yes they can
If you had been married to your husband more than 20 years, you should still be able to receive SSI benefits from your exhusband. Check with www.socialsecurity.gov.
IF a couple was married and then divorced,and then lived together as husband and wife for over 25 years, then the "husband" abandoned her, can she receive social security benefits (in Texas)?
Yes you can, he may on the other hand will not be able to receive a discharge under the same chapter for 6 years.
If you receive ssa andi get married will it change?"
Is there any more benefits for an ex-wife to his husbands property if the ex husband is married again to another woman?
If you divorced your husband, you are no longer entitled to anything he leaves behind. If he has left you in his will then you may receive some property.
If you are a Catholic and your husband is not and you were not married in Church how do you go about getting your marriage blessed by the Church in order to receive communion?
Probably the first thing is to speak to your local parish priest.
No. Benefits do not stop when you get married. Also, you both continue to receive your check each month. In the event of death of one spouse, the surviving spouse will receive the greater of the two amounts for the rest of their life. For example, if a husband passes away and his social security income was higher than his wife each month, she will then receive a check for that amount instead.
Simple interest is calculated on the principal only. If you have $1,000 and earn 5% interest per year, you will receive $50 at the end of year one. At the end of year two, you will receive another $50. And on it goes. With compound interest, you earn interest on the principal plus any interest you previously earned. Looking again at the previous example, at the end of year one you will still receive $50… Read More
If a woman married a US citizen can she go to the USA with a K3 visa before her husband files the petition?
Before he files WHAT petition? How did you receive the K3 if your husband didn't file and I-130 petition? Please review: http://www.dixonimmigration.com/index.php?pid=2
Yes, nothing stops a child support payment. The amount received is regardless of the financial status of the mother or the new husband.
Purchased a spartan 20gauge overunder shotgun and did not receive an owners manual where can you get one?
Go back to where you purchased it from.
Yes: If the ex-husband is currently collecting and they have been married for at least 10 years prior to the divorce. Also, if the husband has not yet filed a claim, the ex-wife may collect if they were married for at least 10 years prior to the divorce and has been finally divorced for 2 years.
You will receive all of his social security.
If an account is interest based then any amount is fine
You'd need to consult legal counsel on this matter. You may or may not be, depending on a number of factors, depending on how long you've been married, how long you were married to him while he in the military, etc.
I have a particular interest in astrology. A company may try to interest its customers in online shopping. I receive very little interest on money in my checking account.
Yes. The lender will check the title and if you have acquired an interest since the mortgage was granted you should receive notice. Yes. The lender will check the title and if you have acquired an interest since the mortgage was granted you should receive notice. Yes. The lender will check the title and if you have acquired an interest since the mortgage was granted you should receive notice. Yes. The lender will check the… Read More
the interest they receive from loans
First of all queen Sheba and king king Solomon were never married to each other, she came to find and test king Solomon about his great wisdom.
Does the more compounding periods per year decreases the total amount of interest you receive over the year?
No. The more often it's compounded, the more interest you receive, and the faster your investment grows.
If and when you get married in a church
Yes. HG/SS come with a Pokewalker.
Alfred wants to invest 4000 at 6 percent simple interest rate for 5 years How much interest will he receive?
he will receive $1,200 ANSWER: Yes $1,200 is the correct answer but the logic behind it is that, it is using simple interest term means here 6 is representing interest for a year, Inorder to calculate the whole interest we will multiply 6 by 5 years we will get 30%. The total interest he will get $4,000 x 30% = $1,200.
Only if awarded it. And he yours.
yes Another Answer: You need to receive the sacrament of Confirmation before you can get married in the Catholic Church. If you did not receive your confirmation in grade 8, then you need to receive it soon in the near future.
1 percent of 2,000 is 20 .
The bank is paying you (compensating you) for the use of your money. When you borrow money from the bank, you pay them interest.
Yes. A married couple will receive up to $1,200.
No but what you do with the money may be taxable.
Can a Catholic receive communion if not married in the Catholic church but will get married in church soon?
As long as this Catholic is living chastely and has confessed any mortal sins he might have he is free to receive communion.
Eric earns 6.5 percent simple interest annually on his savings account he has a beginning balance of 459.32 How much interest does he receive?
Yes it is etiquette to receive gifts when you get married the second time.
How do you calculate interest of 6 months fixed deposit with the principal of 10000 and the interest rate is 8 percent?
The formula to calculate interest is as follows: Interest = Principal * No. of years * Rate of Interest / 100 So Interest = 10000 * 0.5 * 8 / 100 = 400/- The interest you will receive interest at the end of the 6 month period is Rs. 400/-
The answer is no.
lets get married!!
No, a Catholic may not receive Communion if he or she were not married in a Catholic Church. To be in full communion with the Church the couple must first regularize their marriage with the Church.
In the US, you only accrue interest on the unsubsidized stafford loans that you receive, the subsidized stafford loans do not accrue interest while in school.
Alaska was purchased from Russia in 1867. Hawaii was annexed in 1898.
Interest is what you receive when you give out a loan. I am interested in this prize of yours. What interests me the most about life is how it comes and goes.
They receive the interest owed due to someone receiving a loan from you.
Commercial banks receive deposits from the public
This is a difficult question to dissect. I think what you mean is that a Catholic gets married to a Non-Catholic in a Civil Ceremony and then sometime later wants to receive Communion. Any Catholic can receive Communion and should, as long as they are not aware of any mortal sin. In this situation, Catholics must be married in the Catholic Church or receive a dispensation to be married elsewhere. If this is not done… Read More