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If you are receiving Social Security survivor benefits for yourself and your minor children and the children are put into foster care do you lose your benefits and theirs as well?

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You would loose the childs benefits because they are there to help you raise the children but yours would still be available You would loose your child's beniefits but yours would remain
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