Archive for April 2013

Que usted hizo para el dia del idioma espanol?

Martes, Abril 24, fue “el día del idioma español”. ¿Que hizo usted para disfrutar  el día?   Encontré con un grupo “Spanish Round Table” en el Center Club en la ciudad de Baltimore. Luego  escuché la música de Franco de Vita, un buen cantante de Caracas, Venezuela. ¿Que hizo usted para disfrutar  el día?

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Student Loans Discharged in May 2012 Maryland Bankruptcy Case

In November of 2009, a Baltimore woman, Carol Todd, filed bankruptcy in the  U.S. Bankruptcy Court, in Baltimore, Maryland.  As part of that bankruptcy, she requested a discharge of student loans, in the amount of $339,361. In May of 2012, the Judge in the case, (Maryland Bankruptcy Judge Robert Gordon) ruled that because of a…

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Sabado pasado, yo ayude adolescentes con aplicaciones para accion diferida para los llegados en la infancia

En Sabado, 13 de avril, yo fui a CASA en Baltimore para les ayudar adolescentes quien quieren completar aplicaciones para derechos.  Yo trabajé con dos adolescentes quien estan estudiantes excelente en escuela secundaria.  Los dos estudiantes esperan que irán a universidad en el futero.   Los dos esperan que tendrán carreras granes despues escuela.  Buenas suertes…

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The “Ex” Factor: Social Security Benefits from a Former Spouse

Most people plan on applying for Social Security Administration (SSA) benefits when they retire.  But what most people don’t realize is they could be eligible for more than just one type of benefit. Retired divorcees may be eligible to receive social security benefits on account of their ex-spouse.  Under federal SSA rules, an ex-spouse may…

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Minors and Social Security Disability

Mental and physical disabilities in children present unique challenges to both the child and their family. Every member of the family is often heavily emotionally and financially invested in raising and caring for the disabled child. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to ease the financial strain that families often experience…

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Social Security Lawyer: Timing Your Benefits

Anyone who has applied for government assistance or benefits at some point in their lives knows it’s a lengthy process. Making multiple phone calls, listening to hold music, navigating through automated phone systems, leaving voice mails, scheduling and rescheduling appointments, and of course completing paperwork can make the process confusing if not downright frustrating. The…

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Maryland Bankruptcy Laws: Discharge a Student Loan

Increasing tuition costs causes student borrowing to rise.  Two-thirds of college students borrow to pay for college and according to the U.S. Department of Education federal student loan disbursements are steadily increasing each year.  In the 2008-2009 academic year the total amount that students borrowed and schools received grew to $75.1 billion.

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