Missouri - Page 5

  • Social Security Administration: Alabama by the Numbers

    …% Mississippi – 7.9% Maine – 7.7 % Tennessee – 6.7% Missouri – 6.4% South Carolina – 6.4% Michigan – 6.3% It is interesting to note that eight of the top ten are situated in the South, if you count West Virginia. Not surprisingly, the SSA list closely parallels 2015’s United Health Foundation’s America’s Health Rankings Annual Report…

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  • Can I Collect Unemployment if I Quit?

    … One common question we hear is whether a person can collect unemployment benefits if they quit their job. The answer to this question is: it depends on the circumstances of your situation. Whether or not you can collect unemployment benefits in Missouri after quitting depends on the reasons that you left your job. Any applicant for unemployment…

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  • What is Probate?

    … assets and can only be avoided by taking affirmative steps during your lifetime to do so. If you have not done this, the probate court will be responsible for gathering all of your probate assets and distributing them according to your will. If you not have a will, your assets will be distributed according to Missouri statute.1 Will All of My Assets…

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  • Denied Unemployment Claims in Missouri

    … If your claim for unemployment benefits has been denied in Missouri, you should speak to an experienced St. Louis unemployment attorney as soon as possible. You have the right to appeal a denial of unemployment benefits and if you win the appeal you can receive all of the benefits to which you are entitled including retroactive benefits. Denied…

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  • St. Louis Deeds

    … If you are the owner of a piece of property in Missouri, you acquired the property by a deed, which gives you title and ownership of the property. If you are one such owner, it is important to understand the different types of Deeds including: General Warranty Deed: This type of deed guarantees a clear title to the buyer of property, who…

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  • St. Louis Mortgage Violations

    … with a three-month trial period. If the homeowner makes the payments on time, the modification is supposed to become permanent if the owner meets the eligibility criteria. Harm to St. Charles Homeowners Mortgage servicers that commit violations cause Missouri home owners to: Incur increased fees and costs in order to avoid foreclosure Spend money…

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  • Missouri Deficiencies After Foreclosure

    … a deficiency. In many cases, the deficiency can cost thousands of dollars. If you go through a foreclosure in Missouri and the foreclosure sale price does not cover the entire debt, your lender may sue you to collect the entire “deficiency” even if the sale price is less than the property’s fair market value. Missouri Supreme Court On April 17, 2012…

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  • St. Louis Unemployment Benefits

    … St. Louis workers are eligible for unemployment compensation[1] if they are temporarily out of work through no fault of their own. To determine whether an employee is temporarily out of work Missouri agencies look to the employee’s recent work history and earnings during a stretch of time called the “base period.” Only employees who have been…

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  • What is a Missouri Durable Power of Attorney?

    … A Missouri power of attorney is a document by which an individual can appoint a person to act as their agent. An agent is one who has authorization to act for another person. A power of attorney can authorize the attorney-in-fact to perform a single or multiple actions and is created in accordance with Section 404.710.1 of the Missouri Revised…

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  • First Time Workers Often Wage Theft Victims – FLSA Post

    … KMBC TV of Kansas City, Missouri reports that many “first time workers” in the service industry are taken advantage of by their employers. Common complaints include not being paid for all hours worked, not receiving minimum wage and not receiving overtime. All of these violations are considered “wage theft” and are illegal under the federal Fair…

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  • Can a Missouri Foreclosure Be Stopped?

    … chapter of the Bankruptcy Code, an “automatic stay” goes immediately into effect. This automatic stay prohibits creditors from taking any further collection action relative to any debt without permission of the court. This includes prohibiting the filing of a foreclosure action. While filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 usually delays the foreclosure…

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  • Avoiding a Missouri Foreclosure

    … must resume the full payment at the end of the forbearance period, plus pay an additional amount to get current on the missed payments, including principal, interest, taxes, and insurance. Missouri Repayment Plans A repayment plan is an agreement to spread the past due amount over a specific period of time. A repayment plan: The lender spreads…

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  • Missouri Executors – What Do They Do?

    … When a loved one dies and leaves a valid will they likely name an executor; someone to protect the deceased person’s property until all debts and taxes are paid and transfer the remaining assets to heirs. Missouri law does not require an executor to be a legal expert, but they must use a high degree of honesty known as “fiduciary duty”[1] which…

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  • Medicaid Fraud – Fed Audit Finds 10 States at High Risk

    … automatically would stop flagged payments without the need for any human intervention. Louisiana, Maine, New Jersey, Missouri, Ohio, Delaware, North Carolina and New Mexico reportedly had partially complied with the safeguard implementation. Do the coding safeguards work? Of the 40 states that have implemented the safeguards, all reported some savings. One…

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  • Missouri Undue Influence In a Probate Case

    …. It is also important to note that a dependent relationship by itself does not confirm or even suggest that undue influence exists. Abuse in Other Contexts: A lawyer may wish to determine if the will-maker is the victim of physical, psychological or financial abuse in other contexts. Information from Others: When a lawyer suspects undue influence…

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