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Social Security Considerations for Non-Social Security Practitioners

Streams live on Monday, February 01, 2021 at 03:30pm EST

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Course Information

Time 60 Minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Course Description

This program will provide basic insights into Social Security Law, specifically designed for practitioners in other areas. The course will focus on the intersectionality of Social Security Law and common practice areas such as Family Law, Estate Planning, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, and Workers’ Compensation. Practitioners will leave with tips on how to better represent claimants in their practice area who receive Social Security Benefits.



Learning Objectives:

  1. Navigate child support, spousal support, and divorce when Social Security is involved 

  2. Help Social Security recipients discharge student loans outside bankruptcy

  3. Calculate Workers’ Compensation Offsets and other considerations

  4. Discuss Special Needs Trusts and other tools for leaving money to disabled individuals

  5. Discuss SSI considerations for personal injury awards


Credit Information

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Faculty

Maren Miller Bam

SALUS LAW, PLLC

Maren Miller Bam is a Washington State Attorney who owns Salus Law, PLLC, Salus Disability Consulting, PLLC is also known as the “Disability Benefits Deadline Initiative”, and Salus Medicare Solutions.

Maren has represented more than 1,000 individuals seeking Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income. Maren has experience assisting individuals from the initial application stage through the federal district court. She has built a high-volume legal practice dedicated to getting clients the benefits they deserve.

Salus Law is a virtual law firm focusing on meeting clients where they are. Maren and her team use technology to provide high-level, round the clock customer service


Bar Admissions:  

·  Washington, 2013

·  Western District of Washington, 2017

·  Eastern District of Washington, 2017