If your initial claim for benefits has been denied, the system is working against you, not for you. You need an attorney who knows what records the system needs and how your doctors can help you. With the economy having been poor and record amounts of claims being filed, the Administration judges aren’t looking to give you a break.
You are getting a divorce for a reason, your spouse is not your buddy anymore. You are not going to get credit for being a “nice guy” or “good girl.” The longer you wait to get an attorney, the more likely you are going to end up “playing defense” and mumbling to yourself, “But my spouse promised. . . .” If you don’t hire me now, our next meeting will likely be just days or hours before an “emergency” hearing your spouse has set to throw you out of your home and deny you access to your children.
The courts recognize the parents’ “fundamental rights” to be parents. You think the courts are going to be sympathetic to you because you are a caring grandparent? This is a dangerous assumption. You need me to represent you because I have successfully represented grandparents in non-parental custody actions. I have been a family law guardian ad litem (custody investigator) for years and know what the courts and the GAL look for in these cases.
I think my brother/sister who says he/she is taking care of my elderly parent is actually taking their money. They had my parent sign a power of attorney and suddenly, even though they don’t have job, they are driving an expensive car and wearing all sorts of bling. I guess I can’t do anything about this, can I?
You can hire me and within 24 hours we can file a Vulnerable Adult Protection Action to begin protecting your parent from exploitation. We can along with that file a guardianship action so we can begin the process of appointing you or a professional guardian to see that you parent is properly looked after.
<p style=”font-size:18px;”>Hire me and we can bring this situation to the attention of the court if it turns out we can’t work with the guardian to improve the situation. We can ask the court to appoint a guardian ad litem to investigate and see if a new guardian should be appointed. I have been a pro tem commissioner in guardianship cases, I know what the court finds to be inadequate performance by a guardian and what it will think is nitpicking and whining by a cranky son or daughter.</p>