4. Get legal help
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Question & AnswerWhat can I do about an ODSP overpayment?
If the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) says you owe them money, it’s important to get legal help as soon as possible.
You can contact a community legal clinic.
Appealing ODSP’s decision
You may be able to appeal the decision about an to the .
But first you must ask ODSP for an of their decision. And you must do this within 30 days from the date you got the decision.
If you miss the deadline, you can still ask for an internal review. Do this as soon as you can.
Explain why your request is late and ask for more time. If you can show that you have a good reason, you might still get an internal review.
Getting advice about your options
It’s important to get legal advice about:
- making an agreement with ODSP
- appealing to the SBT
Getting help from a criminal lawyer
If ODSP thinks you’re guilty of fraud and asks the police to look into this, talk to a criminal lawyer right away.