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?
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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If your mother receives Social Security survivor benefits for your care who will get the money if you become emancipated at age 16?
Answer . \n. \nSocial Security laws would determine the allocation of benefits. \n. \nSome possible options are, the emancipated minor would receive the benefits directl…y, a payee representative would be appointed for the named person or benefit payments would no longer be applicable due to the minor having gained legal adult status.
Is there a way to prevent a stepdaughter from receiving survivor benefits from your dad's Social Security?
Answer . \nNo. The Social Security Agency determines who is eligible benefits of any type and likewise the SSA decides when a person becomes ineligible.
Answer . \nContact your local social security administration office.The child may qualify for social security survivors benefits every month until they are 18.The other li…ving parent may also be eligible for benefits until the child reaches a cetain age.
If a parent receives Social Security Disability (SSDI) or retirement benefits, his or her minor children can also receive a monthly benefit until age 18, or age 19 if the chil…d is still in elementary or high school. Extended benefits terminate at the end of the school year, or two months after the child's 19th birthday, whichever occurs first. Social Security is a federal program; the rules are the same regardless of your state of residence. There are different rules for Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a form of welfare for disabled people and those over 65 who have little other income and few assets. People frequently confuse SSDI and SSI. SSI rules and payments vary somewhat by state.
No. The United States Social Security Administration does not recognize same-sex civil unions or same-sex marriages for any purpose other than legal name change. This is becau…se of the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act.
can I receive money for my children if their father is on disablity? we are separated
Yes. Survivors' benefits are intended to ease the financial strain of losing the deceased spouse's or parent's income, they are not intended to force a family to live off Soci…al Security alone. However, earned income may affect the amount a survivor can receive in benefits. Because the formulas used to calculate survivors' benefits are complex and dependent on many variables, it is important to discuss the matter directly with the Social Security Administration. You can speak with a Social Security Representative by calling 1-800-772-1213 Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm. This is an automated information line, so be prepared to jump through some hoops before you reach a live representative.
They remain in the Social Security fund to be paid to other beneficiaries.
Minor children become eligible for dependent benefits at the same time you become eligible for disability or retirement benefits. If you are on Social Security, but your mi…nor children aren't receiving a monthly payment, you may have neglected to fill out some of the paperwork or provide some of the documentation necessary to the process. You will need to take your and your children's birth certificates to your local field office, or contact Social Security by phone at 1-800-772-1213 between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm EST.
If your children start receiving benefits from your social security benefits will this decrease your benefit amount?
No it will not reduce the amount of benefits that you are qualified to receive.
It depends on the type of Social Security benefits the minor receives. Disability benefits would mean he is unable to work.
You can find some of this information available by going to the SSA gov website SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS ONLINE and at the top choose SURVIVORS or you can use the search box. …If you are the unmarried child under 18 (up to age 19 if attending elementary or secondary school full time) of a worker who dies, you also can be eligible to receive Social Security survivor benefits.
Possibly. Of course there are some strict regulations as to why they get them and how much. The link below will take you to the Social Security Administration page for Benefit…s for Children.
yes the children with deceased parents get social security benefit's. but only if the parents were workers in the US.
yes she can
No. Your spouse can receive them and you can receive them, but you have no right to theirs.
No. The Social Security Administration ("SSA") only recognizesmarriages, whether they be same-sex or opposite sex. The SSA doesnot recognize domestic partnerships or civil uni…ons.