Jeff Fleming of Hippo, Fleming & Pertile Law Offices in Altoona, PA discusses how he prefers to have fees work for elder law services. For more answers to your Medicaid and Elder Law related questions, please visit the Eldercare Channel. http://www.eldercarechannel.com
Apt Docs – Document Automation for Law Firms
Estate Planning Document Generation & Assembly
Software instructional video – Not intended for legal advice
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Collier Swecker video blogs about how home buyers who are employed by a family member in a family owned business will find some additional mortgage underwriting issues that may delay the process if they are not prepared. This especially true if the borrower has the same last name as the owner of the business. Collier talks about a client who had no red flags in his mortgage application other than having the last name of the owner of the business for which he is a salaried employee with no ownership interest. It is so important if you are in this situation that you contact an experienced Mortgage Lender before you start the home buying process. If you have any comments or questions, email Collier at Collier@MegaAgents.com or visit my website at www.CollierSwecker.com.
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WELCOME HOME!! THIS LOVELY 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH POINCIANA HOME IS BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED AND IS LOCATED NEAR SHOPS, SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AS WELL AS THE TO BE BUILT, OSCEOLA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER. A/C IS ONLY 4 YRS OLD, FENCED YARD, SCREENED PORCH, UPDATED KITCHEN, TILED FLOOR, NEW CARPET, NEW INTERIOR DOORS AND MORE…THIS IS NOT A SHORT SALE OR BANK OWNED SO BUYER CAN CLOSE VERY QUICKLY!! br br Basic Features br br Air Conditioning: Central br br Appliances Included: Dishwasher, Range, Range Hood, Refrigerator br br Area: Kissimmee / Poinciana br br Bedrooms: 4 br br County: Osceola County br br Exterior Construction: Block br br Exterior Features: Sliding Doors br br Floor Covering: Carpet, Ceramic Tile, Laminate br br Foundation: Slab br br Full Baths: 2 br br Garage Features: Attached br br Garage/Carport: 2 Car Garage br br HOA: Required br br Housing for Older Persons: N/A br br Interior Features: Attic, Blinds/Shades, Smoke Alarm(s), Walk In Closet, Washer/Dryer Hookup br br Legal Subdivision Name: POINCIANA NBHD 3 VLG 2 br br Lot Size [SqFt]: 7710 br br Price/Sq Ft: 64.40000152587890 br br Property Style: Single Family Home br br Special Listing Type: Not Applicable br br Special Sale Provision: None of the Above br br Square Feet: 1708 br br Status: Active br br Subdivision Number: 6112 br br Total Baths: 2.00 br br Utilities: Cable Available, Electric, Public Utilities, Street Lights br br Year Built: 1996 br br Zoning: OPUD br br Advanced Features br br 2nd Bedroom Dimensions: 10X10 br br 3rd Bedroom Dimensions: 10X11 br br Additional Parcel Y/N: yes br br Driving Directions: Pleasant Hill to Cypress Pkwy, Right on Marigold, Left on to KOA, Right on Monterey, Left on Birmingham. br br Financing Available: Cash, Conventional, Fha, Va br br Fireplace: no br br Flood Zone Code: X br br Heating and Fuel: Central br br HOA Fee: 250.000 br br HOA Payment Schedule: Annual Payment br br Homestead: no br br Legal Description: POINCIANA V 2 NBD 3 PB 3 PG109 BLK 1270 3/27/28 LOT 5 br br Listing Type: Exclusive Right to Sell br br Location Detail: Close to Bus Line br br Lot Number: 0050 br br LSC List Side: Orlando Regional br br New Construction: no br br Pets Allowed: yes br br Pool: None br br Property Description: One Story br br Roof: Shingle br br SqFt Source: Appraisal br br SW Subdv Community Name: Not Applicable br br Tax ID: 25 26 28 6112 1270 0050 br br Taxes: 1320 br br Total Building SF: 2291 br br Water Access Y/N: no br br Water Extras Y/N: no br br Water Frontage Y/N: no br br Water View Y/N: no br br Zoning Info br br : d4116856621
The Mobile, Alabama, injury lawyers at Long & Long are dedicated to helping personal injury victims and their family members pursue the financial security they need to cope with medical expenses and other damages, and move forward with their lives.
Our Alabama accident attorneys understand the challenges faced by injury victims, and we know that every client’s circumstances are unique. We believe in a personal approach with each client, and our lawyers will take the time to get to know you and develop an understanding of your individual needs so we can seek fair compensation on your behalf.
This personal commitment is backed by an extensive record of successful verdicts and settlements, as well as an AV Preeminent rating from the respected legal resource Martindale-Hubbell. The AV Preeminent achievement indicates that we provide the highest level of legal ability and ethical standards based on reviews from the judiciary and fellow bar members.
Working with an attorney if you were injured through the negligence of another person or corporation is one of the most important things you can do to protect your rights, recover the money you need and achieve the justice you deserve. Our lawyers will work hard to ensure your claim is resolved in a timely fashion, and we have the trial expertise necessary to fight for you in court when settlement offers are inadequate.
Long & Long maintains a rapid response policy for severe injury victims and wrongful death cases so you can get the help you need when you need it most. Your consultation is always free, and our lawyers work on a contingent-fee basis, which means we only get paid if we recover monetary damages for you.
If you were hurt or a loved one was killed due to the negligence of another, don’t wait long; contact injury lawyers Long & Long online or call us at 877-336-0776 for your free consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys. We welcome clients from the greater Mobile, Alabama, area as well as the communities of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Daphne, Fairhope and Foley. Video Rating: / 5
BDS Supervising Immigration Attorney Andrea Sáenz speaks out at a rally co-organized by the Legal Aid Society of New York calling for enactment of a law passed by the Legislature that would end the arrests of working New Yorkers for possession of utility knives they need for their jobs. The reality is that our clients suffer the serious and lasting harm of so-called gravity knife arrests before we even meet them. We fight like hell in court, but they can still lose their jobs, homes, and children, and – now more than ever – be deported for simple possession of a utility knife they’re required to carry for work. Working New Yorkers of color are particularly likely to be arrested. Many are detained on bail at Rikers Island, the horrors of which are well-documented. Governor Cuomo can finally end this injustice by signing legislation to affirm that manual labor is not a crime. Moreover, he can take a stand for immigrant New Yorkers by protecting them from the damning label of ‘criminal alien’ — and that is what this rally was calling for. Video Rating: / 5
THIS IS THE ONLY SINGLE-VOLUME COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO THE LEGAL AID SCHEME CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO HELP THE NEW AND THE EXPERIENCED PRACTITIONER
An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers
There is much to be commended with this excellent new publication from the Legal Action Group (LAG) filling the gap left as a successor to the annual Legal Aid Handbook no longer in print.
Of course, LAG specializes in those controversial areas of law of deepest concern to the general public with their problems as well as practitioners who deal with them. LAG is at the forefront this year with one of the most important contemporary issues of the moment- legal aid desperately in need of modern reform during an economic downturn.
Vicky Ling and Simon Pugh assert, quite rightly, that legal aid is fundamental to the operation of a democratic society. And the authors quote Lord Bingham who said equality before the law is a pretence if some citizens can assert and protect their rights and others cannot; that the rule of law to be meaningful, must ensure that justice is available to all, irrespective of means. This 300 page paperback gives us all a hand in making this scheme work in 21st century.
Ling & Pugh pointed out at their book launch that, significantly, 2009 marks the 60th anniversary of the Legal Aid and Assistance Act 1949 which created legal aid. It also, inevitably, created the complex and unwieldy bureaucratic apparatus that administers and supports it: the Legal Services Commissions Manual at 1,000 pages long and great for somnambulists.
What we have tried to do in this book, say the authors, is provide a practical guide to all the various elements that make up legal aid in one volume. They do just that with Part A covering Doing Legal Aid Work which aims to take lawyers and caseworkers through the rules and regulations that govern the criminal, civil and family schemes, illustrated by case studies, with references to primary sources.
Part B covers Managing Legal Aid Work and provides directors, managers and administrators with advice and guidance on keeping contracts and likely future developments.
The book covers both the civil and criminal legal aid schemes. The word comprehensive is much used these days, but it is a fair statement of the detail and usefulness of this book with its excellent case studies which have the practical content we so desperately need as practitioners in the system.
So, we sum it up by saying, yes, they do make it work for us and, as a footnote, we used it the other day on an intricate legal aid point, using the index, then the appendices and the body copy to track down some advice found very quickly. As Ling & Pugh said to us, lets hope it fills the vacant gap left by the demise of the old handbookand we know it will as it is highly user-friendly.
Special Legal Notice to West Virginia Workers: What West Virginia’s Right to Work Law Means For Your Rights
Congratulations on being employed in the newest Right to Work (“RTW”) state. This special notice is intended to inform all West Virginia employees of their rights under this important new law.
Summary of Your Rights
1. West Virginia’s RTW law allows you to stop being a member of the union and stop paying any dues, fees, or other financial support to an unwanted union. It’s your choice, not the union’s or your employer’s, whether to join or financially support a union.
2. The West Virginia RTW law applies to collective bargaining contracts entered into, modified, renewed or extended after July 1, 2016. If you are subject to a contract in effect on or before June 30, 2016, you can be compelled to either pay union dues as a union member or fees as a nonmember until that contract expires, is modified, is renewed or is extended. Even if you are subject to a contract in effect on or before June 30, 2016, nonmembers have the right to object to a portion of those fees and pay reduced fees until the RTW law is effective for you.
The Foundation neither encourages nor discourages you from resigning, objecting, revoking your dues check-off, or eliminating the union from your workplace. Those decisions are yours alone. The Foundation is here simply explaining your legal rights in light of West Virginia’s RTW law. If you have any questions, or feel that your legal rights need to be protected, please call the Foundation at 1-800-336-3600 or click here.
This video features a few of the 51 UT Law students who participated in this year’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program, coordinated by UT Pro Bono. The students featured in this video spent the week working with Legal Aid of East Tennessee (LAET) on immigration cases. With six offices spread throughout East Tennessee, LAET provides civil legal representation to East Tennesseans who cannot afford a private attorney. Produced by UT Law student Patrick Morrison. Video Rating: / 5