A Quick Test
Do You Have a Condition that May Develop into a Disability?
Take just a minute to review these 10 questions.
If you are unable or unsure about how to answer them, consult with your doctor. He or she can help you determine if you have any condition or disease that is now or may progress into a disability, if your condition or disease is chronic or acute, and how it may be treated.
- Have you seen a doctor about your condition or disease? (You really don’t know what you have until you get a trained medical opinion.)
- Do you fully understand how your disability could affect your divorce settlement?
- Do you even know if you have a condition, disease, or disability?
- Do you know if you will require a part time or full time person to help you raise and care for your kids.
- Do you know what you will need to for the future and how much it will cost?
- Are your currently employed full time, but suffer pain, and wonder how much longer you can continue working?
- Are you currently unable to take care of your children, or suspect that you will not be able to some time in the future.
- Do you suffer from chronic fatigue? Have you been tested for Lyme disease?
- Do you know specifically about any pain that you are experiencing – if it will continue, or intensify?
- Are you at risk of fibro myalgia, bone deterioration, joint inflammation and arthritis?
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Note: Judge’s have wide discretion in probate and family law cases in analyzing medical conditions and their effect upon the marriage.
Social Security Disability Benefits Guide