Yes a child can receive medical benefits if the mother has sole custody and the father dies. The state will provide the mother with assistance which will include medical benefits for the child. This can happen with or without the father passing on.
In general, support is paid to the parent or other caretaker who has custody of the child (or to the State as reimbursement for assistance furnished).
No one knows for sure what his mother did for a living
There is no papal mother still living.
Her mother was a mother and housewife.
Miley Cyrus does have a living mother. Her name is Leticia.
A mother can stop child support in Texas, provided she does not receive public assistance. She must close the case with the Texas AG. Beware, that she can do this and could later attempt to open it again. I would go to an attorney if this is the case.
Yes, but to the government, not the mother. see link
If the father is not living with the child and has some income other than public assistance, yes.
There are many different living animals that could eat their mother. Many insects are living creatures that eat their mother.
You receive 50% of your chromosomes from your mother, and 50% from your father.
It is not known what Christopher Columbus's mother did for a living. She was the daughter of a wool weaver.
Most likely - Go to veteranaid.org and look under VA Aid and Attendance Benefit. My mother is also the spouse of a deceased veteran and, although it does take a while to get this benefit (about 6 months after application, if you do it correctly), they will pay you retroactive to the time to apply for aid. She receives just under $1000 per month for assisted living.
How can you best gain custody of your children who are currently living with their mother and the mother is a drug dealer
On Saturday, I expect to receive a package from my mother.
No. A father cannot use a copy of the kids social security to get welfare benefit if the mother already got the assistance.
She was a aristocratic Victorian mother
Amelia's mother did not have a job.
Contact the Maryland Social Services Administration for assistance.
From the placenta.
No, his mother died of ovarian cancer.
As of February 2014, Mother Teresa has been beatified but not canonized.
She was a homemaker.