Q: What is your rate for services rendered? A: Our firm charges clients in tenth of an hour increments (.1) at a standard hourly rate. Monthly itemized statements are sent. Please contact us for a consultation and additional information.
Q: When can we meet for a consultation? A: We schedule our client meetings between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Other time slots are available upon request.
Q: Am I eligible for tax relief? A: Many people that are dealing with strenuous tax issues do not realize that an attorney can help ease the burden off of them and come to a favorable resolution with the tax organization that is assessing them. From Offers in Compromise to Installment agreements to uncollectable status our firm can help turn your tax problem into a manageable and solvable issue.
Q: Should I form a corporation, an LLC, or some other entity when I start my business? A: With the different options available with starting a business it can seem to be an impossible decision. Picking the wrong type of structure can lead to penalties, double taxation, an increase in personal liability, and other unforeseen expenses. Trust in our law firm to sit down with you and learn about your business, its goals, and its vision to ensure we pick the best option for you and your business.
Q: Why should I trust my tax case or business to your firm? A: Silberling & Silberling believes that the quality of our legal representation will speak for itself. We work diligently to address our client's cases as quickly and effectively as possible. It is this commitment to providing quality service to our clients that provides us with a high client retention rate and high incidence of returning and referring clients. The clients we have return to us for a degree of professionalism and knowledge that we proudly provide to each and every case/client.
Social Security Law F.A.Qs
Q: What is your rate for services rendered? A: Our Social Security Law clients have no out-of-pocket costs. Attorneys fees are only collected out of back-payments due to you by the S.S.A. If your case is not won then no fees are collected. Social Security clients do have to pay for medical records and doctor letters as requested by the applicant's doctors.
Q: When should I contact your office? A: The first stage of applying for either SSDI, SSI, or RSDI is to fill out the application online and submit it (www.ssa.gov/disabilityssi) [recommended method]. After you fill out the application the S.S.A. will respond to your claim with either an approval or denial letter (this may take a few months). If you receive a denial letter, contact us and we will gather the necessary details, schedule a consultation, and decide the best way to move forward.
Q: When can we meet for a consultation? A: We schedule our client meetings between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Q: How long is the process? A: The process of applying for any of the Social Security benefit programs is typically lengthy. The process could take anywhere from a few months to multiple years. Every case is different.