Our office is taking proactive steps to help ensure your safety and the safety of our staff during COVID-19. We are open and continue to work for you by remote means, providing the same high-quality service and meetings via Zoom, Skype and as usual by telephone. We appreciate your observance of safety measures during this time. Please be assured that if a face-to-face meeting is preferred, we are in compliance with all health care directives per WHO.
Ms. McIntosh's passion for helping people is what drives her Bankruptcy Law and Social Security and Disability Law practice. Those who have physical and/or mental impairments are a people that may face a lot of rejection. Unfortunately, the denial of initial applications and claims are a lot more common than acceptance. If you're seeking debt relief through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy we are here to help you navigate the system. Ms. McIntosh has dedicated her Social Security and Disability law practice to fighting for those seeking disability benefits who are denied the benefits they are eligible for. You can count on Ms. McIntosh to competently and thoroughly represent you whether you are seeking Bankruptcy Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 relief or if you are eligible for Social Security and Disability benefits. In accordance with 11 USC Sec. 528(a)(3), we are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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Life is unpredictable. With the latest in COVID-19, it seems as life has turned everyone upside down. Being unemployed for longer than anticipated, missing mortgage payments and bills to pay it's just so overwhelming. If you think you are at the point where Bankruptcy Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is your only option, please don't hesitate to contact the Law Office of Madeline M McIntosh. The consultation is free. It's piece of mind to talk to someone who knows the system and can guide you appropriately.
With disabilities, it seems as if illness and injury strike at the most inopportune times, leaving you impaired and unable to work. In the wake of debilitating injury, your number one priority should be receiving treatment in order to show how severe your impairments are. But it's easy to lose sight of that goal when you're being pulled in so many directions.
The good news is that there are federal resources in place that can help you financially in the long term. Those seeking disability benefits may be entitled to programs like Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
There are strict eligibility requirements and the claims process is difficult to navigate, but with our help, those seeking disability benefits and relief in Bankruptcy, in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas areas have a fighting chance to get the help they deserve.
If you believe you have a disability, or feel like Bankruptcy is something you need to pursue, let us take it from there. Contact us at The Law Firm of Madeline M. McIntosh to schedule an appointment so that we can review your information and see how you may qualify.