I received a notice to quit today for neglecting to upkeep the grounds when my…

I received a notice to quit today for neglecting to upkeep the grounds when my landlord has locked all the lawn equiptment up. There is no date to quit on this document and was stuck in my door when I came home from work. At the bottom it is not signed by a constabal. Any help would be appreciated.

My parents are in their 80′s.

My parents are in their 80′s. My father has alzheimers. I am concerned about his welfare in the event that my mother passes away first. My husband and I live in California but my parents reside in Connecticut. I think we need to create some type of health directive and will/trust, etc. whereby my sister and I share in the responsibiity for the survivors care and have equal responsiblitly in the division of their estate upon the final survivors death. My parents have an existing health directive but I do not know if this will be congruant with a new will/trust. Please advise. We want to proceed with some action as soon as possible.

Thanks,

Chistine Johnson

Disable wife’s health insurance is being changed by employer My wife has been…

Disable wife’s health insurance is being changed by employer
My wife has been disabled since 1988.

While employed, and for 15 years subsequent to her disability (illness), her employer has carried her as an active employee/disabled, providing her with high quality indemnity type health insurance (not HMO or PPO).

When Medicare became her Primary insurer, her workplace insurance became secondary without incident.

Recently, we received a letter from her employer indicating that they now considered her retired, and that they were going to provide her with Medigap Plan F insurance.

First off, my wife is disabled and only 46 so she will not qualify for Medicap type F insurance. She would only qualify for Medigap Plan A through C which is not offered. The other concern is that the firm can terminate retiree health care benefits very easily and personally, i think that situation is in the works.

Finally, I believe this move by her employer was presipitated by the fact that my wife is very ill and is incurring 60,000 per year in medical bills.

My question is, can an employer convert an employee from active/diabled status to retired status?

thank you for your answer

rental question I have been at apartment 1 and half months.

rental question
I have been at apartment 1 and half months. landlord said I have to be out by jun 1st. I moved in on a month to month basis. with the idea that I would be there a while. Financially I am not able to move next month. Hes put me up against the wall I dont know how to handle this? Does he have the right to ask me to leave. and how much notice is he required to give me?