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Daniel G. Fish Daniel G. Fish

The Social Security Administration (SSA) has created great uncertainty for attorneys who only draft supplemental needs trusts (SNTs), but do not represent clients before the agency. A new transmittal could be interpreted to mean that such attorneys must have their fees approved in advance or be subject to criminal penalties. The memorandum has been withdrawn but the agency is still considering the issue.

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