You may have decided to begin planning your estate so all your affairs are in order in the event you get sick or something unexpected happens. You may believe that you are able to complete your planning on your own because you might think you don't have the budget to hire a lawyer. This could end up being a costly mistake in the long run. There are some things you need to consider before you go on your own when planning your estate.
It's quite common to hit a financial snag from time to time. A few bills start to get behind and you have to work more hours to catch up. However, there are other periods when it seems like there really is no way that you're going to be able to make it out of the financial situation that you are in. That's when you begin to realize that you need a stronger solution than just picking up some extra shifts.
The government has two different benefit programs for those unable to work because of medical issues. Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) are often confused, but if you are trying to get benefits it would be big waste of time to apply for the wrong one. Read on to learn more about what each program does and to decide which one is best for you if you can no longer work.
When making a claim for Social Security disability, the key to having it approved will be through your visits to the doctor. Each visit gives you a chance to build a solid case that will not be denied. Keep these things in mind during your visits to the doctor.
Consider How You Answer Questions
You must always answer honestly when being asked questions by the doctor, and you should keep this in mind during each and every visit.
Are you facing divorce? You are probably tempted to go it alone. But before you do so, read on.
Both of you have to agree to mediation. In this case you choose a mediator who will manage negotiations on matters related to the divorce such as child support and custody. He will help you to reach an amicable solution without going to court.
If you and your spouse are unable to agree, you may be headed to the courts.