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Virtual Social Security: Avoiding the Pitfalls Workshop
Social Security is a huge system that is hard to navigate! This session will talk about handling the application process, which will include how to present your information to the eligibility worker. The speakers will explain how certain situations can be handled to assure success when Social Security makes inquiries about the recipient’s assets, work, etc. We will also touch on the difference between a parent applying for their minor child vs. applying for their child over 18, the appeal process, how to handle an overpayment notice, and how a child accrues the necessary work history to get SSDI on their own record between the ages of 21 and 32.

Join us for this in-depth workshop on social security!

Martha Brown, Certified Elder Law Attorney, Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC
T. Nikki Mitchell, Certified Elder Law Attorney, Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC

Oct 6, 2021 06:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Martha C. Brown
Certified Elder Law Attorney @Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC
Martha began her career working in Probate matters, including Guardianship cases. As she built her practice, she began working with Medicare and Medicaid matters. By 1994, she had an Elder Law practice, although at the time, she didn’t realize what it was. Since that time, she has expanded her practice to include Estate Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Medicaid Planning, Medicare, Incapacitation Issues, and End of Life Decision Making, all in which encompass the area of Elder Law. Ms. Brown has been practicing in the field of Elder Law for over 25 years and is a Certified Elder Law Attorney* as certified by the National Elder Law Foundation.
T. Nikki Mitchell
Certified Elder Law Attorney @Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC
Nikki earned a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Spanish from the University of Texas, Arlington and graduated from the University Of Maryland School Of Law with a concentration in Health Law. Prior to joining the firm, Nikki worked as a legal aid attorney handling a variety of legal issues, to include disability, SSI appeals, special education, elder law and family law matters; and as an education consultant, where she assisted schools from Pre-K through college develop and implement compliant Title IX programs and performed Title IX investigations.