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TaxMama’s TaxQuips Big Refunds for Disabled Vets

Today TaxMama® wants to tell you how disabled vets might be eligible for IRS tax refunds going back as far as 1991. Unbelievable? But true!         Dear Friends and Family, We all know that you cannot get … Continue reading

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How Disabled Does A Veteran Have To Be In Order To Qualify For Needs-Based VA Pension Benefits?

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides two (2) types of monetary benefit programs for veterans. These monetary benefit programs are separated into benefits for (1) service-connected disabilities and (2) non-service-connected disabilities. The primary benefit for service-connected disabilities is the … Continue reading

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How to Start a Case for Guardianship of a Disabled Adult in Illinois | Medical Reports in Guardianship Cases Explained

How to start a case for guardianship of an adult in Illinois and explain medical reports in guardianship cases. Read more detail on Recent Family Law posts –

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Disabled Man Killed in Sacramento Hit and Run Accident

Disabled Man Killed in Sacramento Hit and Run Accident I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento car accident lawyer. A tragic accident occurred in Sacramento on June 30 when a man crossing an intersection in a wheelchair around midnight was struck and … Continue reading

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Beaudry on Intellectually Disabled Witnesses

Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry (McGill University – Institute for Health and Social Policy) has posted The Intellectually Disabled Witness and the Requirement to Promise to Tell the Truth (Dalhousie Law Journal, Volume 40, Number 1, Spring 2017) on SSRN. Here is the… … Continue reading

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