Join our Referral Network Total and Permanent Disability Student Loan Discharge Family Law Disability Consults Disability Planning Services Local Counsel Appellate Referrals Program Total and Permanent Disability Student Loan Discharge Total and Permanent Disability Student Loan Discharge As of September 2021, more than 323,000 borrowers were expected to have automatic discharges of their student loans under TPD, but 100,000s of other individuals are eligible. If you or your client are a 100% service-connected veteran, receiving SSDI or SSI with a 5–7-year review cycle (medical improvement unexpected), or your treating medical provider believes you have a disability that has lasted or will last for 60 months, we can help you get your student loans discharged. Salus Law offers low-cost student loan discharges to better serve your clients. Our system is easy to integrate and only requires your intake team to ask one additional question—do you have federal student loans? If the answer is yes, send us your client’s contact information and we will handle the rest. Our service is best utilized after an approval for SSDI or SSI OR when your firm is considering a federal court appeal. This debt can be easily resolved within 3—6 months, in time to ensure the case is eligible for payments under EAJA. For more information on referrals and fee sharing for TPD cases, contact us today by filling out the form below. Family Law Disability Consults Family Law Disability Consults Are you a family law attorney dealing with divorce, child support, or spousal maintenance and one of the parties receives benefits from the Social Security Administration? If so, we can help. We know the ins and outs of Social Security Law, so you don't have to. We can provide valuable insight into the impact of Social Security benefits on support obligations and ensure you put your client in the best financial position. For questions about: Auxiliary Benefits Survivor’s Benefits Child Support for Disabled Adult Children Spousal Benefits SSI and Child Support Considerations Marital Duration and Common Law Marriage Email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form below. If nothing else, don't forget a marriage needs to last at least ten years to ensure that spouse can collect of their former spouse’s earnings record. Disability Planning Services Disability Planning Services At Salus Law, we believe in specializing and staying focused on what we do best, which is why we don’t have a full-scale estate planning team. But, we also know that many practice areas overlap and when a law firm forgets that the client suffers. We offer disability planning consultations and drafting services for attorneys and clients alike. Salus Law wants basic estate plans to be accessible which is why we offer Living Wills, Power of Attorneys, and Healthcare Directives to ensure our clients have a voice in their medical treatment. Salus Law has worked with a number of SSI recipients whose lives were derailed because of a poorly planned estate. SSI is a needs-based program with income and resource limits. If you or your client have a disabled family member, they need to talk with us. There is nothing worse than an estate tied up in probate and watching my client lose his SSI for resources that he can’t access. No one wants to see their family member lose everything because you left them money or property. We can ensure that your Special Needs Trust is statutorily compliant with all of SSA’s provisions. Salus Law proudly serves as Local Counsel for out-of-state Estate Planning firms and can assist your clients in Washington and New York. For a Consultation, fill out the form below, or call us today at 1-833-GO-SALUS | (206) 485-4066 Local Counsel Local Counsel Like most disability practitioners, we practice nationwide before the Social Security Administration. Salus Law’s attorneys are licensed in Washington and New York. We are admitted to practice in the NDIL, WDWA, EDWA, and frequently practice in the District of Alaska. We serve as local counsel for many national disability appeals firms and have a streamlined system to assist with your cases. More Information, email email@example.com or fill out the form below. Appellate Referrals Program Appellate Referrals Program Many attorneys and representatives focus their expertise on advocacy at hearings and do not handle appeals to federal courts. We partner with several offices to review the claims they believe were wrongfully denied and handle the federal court appeal, beginning to end. If we are successful in reversing an unfavorable decision, we’ll return the case to you for your client’s second chance. Contact us for more information about our appellate referrals program. Contact us today by filling out the form below. Your name Please enter your name. Your email Please enter a valid email. Your message Please enter a message. Send Message Sent! Message failed. Please try again. Let's Connect! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 485-4066 today.