first of all, Hello. Im new to these forums, and if I post something wrong or something I apologize in advance. I don't have a specific legal issue as of yet, but I have some questions regarding rights. I have been disabled and collecting social security disability for around 4 years now. Today I received a letter from my local office requesting I attend a meeting in about a week and a half. It does not give any reason for the meeting but says that the reason will be disclosed at the meeting. This does not sound good to me. Has anyone ever had a similar letter and what did it mean ? I haven't committed any fraud or done anything wrong to my knowledge. As far as im aware I have reported everything I was supposed to. Of course its a little hard to keep up with all the rules and requirements myself but I try. My attorney was less than helpful, after I won my appeal they pretty much disappeared. Whenever I call with questions they are to busy to talk and whenever I go to social security..well, I seem to know more then they do it seems like. The only thing I can think of is that im going through a custody fight right now over my daughter and my soon to be Ex has reported me to every state and county agency she can think ( every single one has been ruled unsubstantiated ) of so its not unthinkable that she reported me for fraud or something just to try stir up more trouble. Especially since shes pretty mad because I became my daughters payee 2 months ago which means she lost approximately $500. a month in money she was using to help pay her rent and stuff. If I go to the appointment and they blind side me with a bunch of questions of course ill do my best to comply, but it would seem like theyd ask me to bring in some kind of paperwork or something wouldn't they ? If I go to the meeting and am accused of something do I have the right to request that we make a new appointment so I can have an attorney present ? Im basically just asking for others experience or thoughts on this, its a little unnerving to be called in for a meeting and have no idea what its about. which brings me to my last question, shouldn't I have a right to know what they are requesting my presence for ahead of time ?