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    Lawyers - Social Security & Government Law in Evanston


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    Business Listing   Kornfeld N David - Evanston, IL - Phone: (847) 864-1133


    Business Listing   Schultz Barry - Evanston, IL - Phone: (847) 864-0224


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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Social Security & Government Law


    Social security in Evanston is a program undertaken by the government to provide monetary benefits to disabled, old aged people, assistance to families who are not able to earn enough or are unemployed. If an individual does not pay taxes related to social security then the monetary benefits can be reduced. In case there is any problem arising in receiving these pensions or monetary benefits, an individual can take assistance of a lawyer who has experience and expertise in social security law. The core responsibility of the lawyer is to represent the client in the court and also assist the client by explaining the acts, rules and regulations relating to social security benefits. The lawyer has to prepare all the paper work and the main objective is always to have a decision in favor of the client.

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