What kind of attorney could I get to help me with my social security payee issue?
1 attorney answer
If I'm reading your question correctly you have already been found disabled but dispute the necessity of having a payee. If so, you will likely be unable to find an attorney willing to take that case. Two reasons come to mind. First, there is no opportunity to get paid for the work since fees are earned based upon a percentage of back payments. Second, an attorney may be uncomfortable making an argument that could result in you losing your benefits. If one of the reasons you were found disabled was the inability to manage your own affairs then a finding that you do not need a payee will be seen as evidence that you are not disabled.
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