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Posts from April 2015.
By Robin Friedman on April 28, 2015

Q: How do I know if you can help me?

A: The only way to know if we can help you is for you to present your case to us, so that we can review your work and medical history and ask questions about your disability.  Contact us right away for your free consultation on your case.

By Robin Friedman on April 24, 2015

At HoganWillig, we work hard to help our clients keep their homes in the face of a foreclosure.  However, there are times when it does not make financial sense to continue sinking money into an “underwater” home.

April 22, 2015

Over the years, HoganWillig has made it a priority to “go green”. Environmental stewardship is an important aspect of our philosophy and commitment to excellence in our community. As a firm, we encourage our attorneys and staff to be actively involved in promoting sustainability. We have devised and implemented programs to conserve resources, to reduce our carbon footprint, protect the environment and promote the benefits of sustainability to our people and the greater business community.

April 21, 2015

New York State has over $13 billion in lost money. Lost money is private money that has been unclaimed. Banks, insurance companies, corporations and the courts are among the many organizations required by law to report dormant accounts to the State Comptroller.

April 17, 2015

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about the importance of securing your digital assets in your estate plan. This week, I stumbled upon a new Facebook feature that will further help you preserve your digital assets.

By Robin Friedman on April 14, 2015

Parents who have children with disabilities face a myriad of legal, medical and financial issues.  There are a host of government programs which can provide assistance in a variety of forms including housing and medical coverage.  Two programs, Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) and Supplemental Social Security Income(SSI), provide cash.

By Linda Grear on April 13, 2015

If you owe more taxes than you can afford to pay when you file your tax returns, don’t fail to take action. Make sure to file the tax returns on time. That way, you can avoid a penalty for filing late. Here are some tips if you are unable to pay all your taxes by the due date:

April 10, 2015

Healthcare enrollment season has come and gone, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that your benefit choices are set in stone. There is a special enrollment period that is offered year-round. In order to participate in this special enrollment, one must undergo an eligible, major life change (i.e., having a child, marriage). This means that up to 60 days from when this life event occurs, you can change your coverage elections. Below are a few examples of life events that qualify a change in enrollment.

By Robin Friedman on April 7, 2015

If you are an avid user of social media, or even just an American born since 1980, chances are your web footprint is everywhere.  

By Robin Friedman on April 3, 2015

When to file for divorce is a question only you can answer(except, unfortunately, if your spouse files first, then you will be thrust into a divorce, even if you aren’t or weren’t ready for it). A good lawyer or friend or therapist will not tell you that you must file.

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