Recent Posts in Social Security Disability Insurance Category

  • Discharging Social Security Overpayments in Bankruptcy

    || 20-Jan-2017

    Many retired or disabled individuals rely on the payments they receive from the Social Security Administration (SSA) to pay for their necessities. Unfortunately, the SSA can make mistakes and actually disburse too much money or even send payments to individuals that no longer qualify for such benefits. When an overpayment happens, the money will need to be returned. While getting an extra check or ...
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  • Federal Student Loan Disability Discharge - Approved

    || 10-Dec-2015

    Our office takes great pride in helping client’s achieve their goals. In this blog, we are highlighting a successful example of a student loan discharge. This particular client contacted the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC for assistance with a federal student loan that was initially disbursed in 1979. Our Client had medical issues that impeded his ability to work and caused unemployment ...
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  • Student Loan Disability Discharge

    || 10-Apr-2015

    Are you unable to work and are receiving Social Security Disability Insurance? Are you a veteran that is unemployable due to a service-connected discharge? You have rights! Defenses to your debt may exist, and you may be able to discharge or forgive your Federal student loans. If you are totally and permanently disabled you may be eligible to discharge your loans through the Total and Permanent ...
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