Federal Disability Retirement Attorney The right approach to filing Federal Disability Retirement claims. I just got wipe out by the Federal court for a case against a housing authority and hud wish i had saw this before i file the court had proof of me been violated and they dismiss pursuant to 12(b)(6).now i know what to do now that why banks send you that first notice when they going to foreclose on you that,s their Claim so when they go to court it is easy for them.
The client” of an attorney” is by definition either a child or a MENTALLY INCOMPETENT adult; and the client” (as a a MENTALLY INCOMPETENT adult) automatically becomes a ward of the court” – so the court (the judge, as your legal guardian while in court) can do whatever he wishes with you.
The Reconsideration Stage is the stage where the Federal or Postal Disability Retirement application has been denied at the Initial Stage, and it is the Stage before the Third Stage — an appeal to the U.S.Merit Systems Protection Board It is not a stage to be overlooked” — as some inevitability of a further denial — but one which provides for an opportunity to enhance and add to one’s Federal Disability Retirement application by providing additional medical and other documentation in order to obtain an approval from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, whether the Federal or Postal employee is under FERS , CSRS or CSRS Offset.
How did you get attached to my back and by what vehicle did I promise to become a debtor to you?” In this country, the courts on every level, from the justice of the peace level all the way up…… even into the International law arena, (called the World Court), are administrating the bankruptcy and are pledged not to reveal who the true creditors really are and how you personally became pledged as a party or participant to the corporate United States debt.
For years, I’ve watched pro se plaintiff after pro se plaintiff have their complaints dismissed by federal courts based on a defendant’s pre-trial, Motion to Dismiss under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) for failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted.” Although the federal courts’ repeatedly grant of 12(b)(6) Motions to Dismiss, the meaning of the phrase failure to state a claim for which relief can be granted” has remained almost as obscure as that of a magical incantation (abra cadabra!”).