What Homeowner Insurance companies will cover a felon?
All of them. So long as your felony did not involve fraud, especially insurance fraud.
The key word here is "felon" - nothing else you stated in your question has any weight on the matter. As a felon, you may not own, possess, or be allowed access to firearms and/or ammunition. That is a matter of federal law, applicable to all states and territories of the US, and there are no exceptions to it.
Yes, all auto insurance companies care about is your DMV records for a set period of time. Usually its either 35 months they look back or 5 years, depending on the company. If you do have a felony DMV traffic violation with in that time, then you would need to find a non-standard company to insure you
It depends greatly on the type of business, nature of the felony, and any applicable laws and ordinances. Generally, being a felon does not prevent you from owning and licensing a business. However, a felon convicted of insurance fraud may be ineligible for an insurance license, and no felon can be licensed to sell firearms. These are just examples. Note: This answer does not constitute legal advice. Contact an attorney for a specific answer for…
Being a convicted felon could affect the "insurability" of a person. In other words, it could change the insurance company's evaluation of the "likelihood" that the person will die (other factors, of course, would also be considered, such as health, family history, etc.). Lifestyle can affect insurability.
Bonding is a decision made by the insurance company, each one has different rules. Generally, you cannot get a bond if you have a felony related to dishonesty. For example, theft or fraud. If you have a felony not related to dishonesty (say, assault or drunk driving) some companies will bond you particularly if many years have past.
No felon can buy, posess, or live in a house or dwelling where firearms are present. Furthermore if a non-felon buys a firearm for a felon as a gift or to cover for them because they cannot pass the 4473 background check they are aiding a felon and punishable by the same prison sentence. The standard sentence for felony possesion of a firearm is 10 years in a federal prison. But that is rarely handed…
The single only way to become an ex-felon is to be acquitted of the charges. The term ex-felon is almost always misused. It DOES NOT mean a felon who is now out of prison. Once you are a felon, you are ALWAYS a felon unless you are acquitted, which means that you are, at some point after being found guilty, proven to be innocent.
Go back to college full time with a Federal student loan, study hard and get your certificate/AA in human services and become an addiction treatment specialist. This is one field that a felon can never be locked out of because lets face it, the world knows that the best person to treat an addicted felon is quite frankly going to be an ex felon in recovery.
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The difference between a felon & a convicted felon is past & present. Generally, if one is incarcerated in a prison or detention center is called a "convicted" felon. A felon is anyone who, in part, commits a felony offense. After the incarceration that has been sentenced is served that person is considered a felon or ex-con (ex-convict.).
yes you can get married but the felon on probation will not be allowed around the other felon due to the probation arrangement Update: If you are going to marry a felon, most likely your probation officer probably already approved it and most cases you will be able to marry and live with that felon.