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Disabled Clients, or Clients that Happened to be Disabled? – That IS the question

The recent media frenzy over the discovery of several persons in the Philadelphia area being kidnapped, tortured, and held against their will by criminals who were stealing their Social Security checks brings to mind the common mistake of not using … Continue reading

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FMLA retaliation claim proceeds based on single comment; employee with chronic back problem not regarded as disabled

A nursing assistant's FMLA retaliation claim survived summary judgment based on a single comment that she was not really terminated for altering a doctor's note. Quinn v Mercy Fitzgerald Hosp, ___F.Supp. 2d (D. Pa. July 22, 2011). However, her ADA… … Continue reading

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divorcing and disabled

me and my spouse have been married for 24 years we have an 18 year old son,In May 3 years ago we separted.. My husband his put 500 dollars in my banking account every Friday since the separtion,I have kidney … Continue reading

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Estate Planning for Disabled Heirs

Last week the Wall Street Journal's "Family Values" blog discussed the often challenging estate planning issues faced by families who are providing for a disabled loved one. Our New York estate planning lawyers know that more families are in this … Continue reading

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Disabled Veterans Real Property Tax Relief

Effective January 1, 2011 a new law was imposed by the Commonwealth of Virginia allowing a 100% real estate tax exemption for qualifying disabled armed forces veterans and their spouses. Pursuant to Article X, Section 6-A of the Constitution of … Continue reading

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