Strong Advocacy For SSI Benefit Discontinuance And Overpayment Appeals

At The Elder and Disability Law Firm, APC, we regularly represent clients who have issues with an SSI benefit being discontinued or who have overpayment appeals. These circumstances can be overwhelming to deal with and often involve thousands of dollars at stake. When clients are faced with these concerning matters, we can help.

When You Are Faced With An SSI Benefit Discontinuance

It may be that you received an inheritance or a gift, or perhaps you inadvertently converted an exempt asset to a nonexempt asset, for example by selling your home and therefore converting your exempt primary residence to nonexempt cash in your bank account. We can help advise you before, during or after a discontinuance. However, if you receive SSI benefits, it is much better to consult with an experienced attorney before taking any action that would cause your SSI benefit is discontinued. We can help with life changes, new information, change in circumstances or whatever you have questions about.

Trust A Knowledgeable Firm For SSI Overpayment Appeals

We have been practicing in disability and estate planning law since our founding. Our attorneys regularly present on the issues around the country and have drafted a treatise in our practice area. As seasoned lawyers, we know how to guide clients through the difficulties of an SSI overpayment appeal.

An overpayment appeal usually becomes an issue after the SSI benefit has been discontinued. Once the benefit is discontinued, the SSA will often require the individual to repay the overpayment. This amount is usually thousands of dollars. Repayment is not an easy task for most SSI recipients. Our lawyers can help with this challenging issue.

Call Our Redlands Office For Help Today

We are a local firm, and we want to assist you with your SSI benefit discontinuance and overpayment appeals issues. Call us at 800-409-6271 or contact us online to make an appointment. We are here to help you through this difficult matter.