Can a wife receive disability social security because her husband receives social security disability?
No, to receive social security disability you must be considered disabled under the social security's listing of impairments.
Can your husband get medicare if he has end stage liver failure if he is only 64 but receives social security because he retired early?
He should apply for disability Social Security and, if successful, he would be eligible for Medicare. Read More
Alimony is awarded via a legal judgement. Disability is still considered income. You should Contact your attorney and apply for a garnishment of his wages or get a job. Read More
If a husband that receives ssi disability and military disability dies what survivors benefits will the wife get?
Don't kill your husband! He's disable and is a veteran. What are you thinking?! Read More
You would have to check with the Social Security Administration for the answer. Read More
Not unless he hides the body in the closet Read More
Can you draw disability social security on deceased husband social security and on your own social security?
No. If you do then the social security people might end up having you tossed in goal. Read More
Yes, she can. He can also with his pension. Read More
ZERO your husbands disability income has to do with his inability to work and has nothing to do with you in life or death. Read More
In this case you should notify the Social Security Office of your marriage. it might increase the amount of your social security benefit's, if your husband or wife also collect social security payments. Read More
Yes, my husband had to take early social security and since they could prove he was totally disabled he got full SS benefits. Read More
Am I, as an ex-wife, allowed to find out if my former husband, a convicted felon on probation, is receiving Social Security at age 60, or Social Security for disability, and thus be entitled to money also ? I am 50 and raising our teenaged son. Read More
parkinsons in a sixty three yr old woman on social security disability. She does not have medicare or medicade her husband has no help. Read More
Your husband gets social security disability he only gets 656.00 a month you are not able to work could he get ssi?
If he is under the age for retirement, disability is as good as it gets. You might apply for disability under your own name, but you would have to have enough quarters worked to qualify. Read More
Your husband might can get his retirement pay when he is on his disability. This can depend on who he worked for. Read More
i have social security disabiliy now and now my husband is needing to file. If he receives SSD will his affect mine. And we have been married for four years. Read More
If the husband is on social security, the wife receives an amount equal to half the husband's payments. If she has worked and paid into SS, then she gets her own payments in addition. Read More
Absolutely not! Social Security Benefit amounts are determined by how much was earned for each person. The amount shows up under your social security number only. He has his own social security number along with his own earnings. Read More
If you are receiving full disability from your own work experience can you apply for your first husband's disability when you are divorced from your second husband?
Are you talking about Social Security Disability? It would depend on if you were married 10 years or longer and how much your receiving compared to what you might get on your husband's benefit. Check Social Securitys website. It's VERY extensive. If you can't find the answer, Social Security has a email inquiry section that responds PROMPTLY. Read More
The best way to get the correct answer for your specific case is to visit a Social Security office or call them (they will have records that nobody here will have access to that are needed to perform the calculations). Read More
Can a wife claim her husband as a dependent on her unemployment benefits while the husband is 62 years old and collecting his Social Security check?
Ye, because I did when my husband was 64 years old. Read More
should my husband pay social security on his employee Read More
Sorry, unless you are using the wrong terms in asking your question - death is not considered a disability, and your deceased husband would not be eligible for any DIASABILITY benefits. Read More
MOr wrong answers ON SSI , You DO NOT receive SSI because of age or a surviving child. That is Social security. NOT ssi. the answer is depending on your house hold income your SSI payments will be adjusted... This depends on what type of SSI you are receiving. If it is your spouses SSi, yes. If it is for surviving children, no. If it is yours because of your age or a disability, no… Read More
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My husband has this condition and we have applied for ss disability. We will update once we get an answer. Read More
because girls find that they are safe with their husbands or boyfriends ANSWER: I think the reason why most girls or a woman find security from her husband or boyfriend is he can protect her from harm. Read More
You can only draw your own social security. ==Clarification== According to the Social Security and Disability Resource Center: At what age can I start drawing Social Security Retirement Benefits? If you are 62 years old you can apply to receive Social Security retirement benefits as an individual or as a spouse on a husband or wife’s record. Additionally, an applicant may be entitled to file for social security retirement benefits on the record of another… Read More
My husband was denied Social Security at age 62 because he is an officer of a corporation. At age 65 he can draw his Social Security and still be an officer of a corporation. Read More
social security comes from the govt not from your husband Read More
On my homeowners policy under what do you look to see if my husband is covered while out of work because of cancer is it compReHensive liabiLIty or something else he is the primary poliCy owner help?
I m sorry to say the name insured on a homeowners policy is not usually covered if you husband is out of work due to cancer, you really should check about getting disability from social security. they will normally cover you if he is going to be out of work for at least 6 months or more. Read More
My Husband Railroad disability check is deposited in the bank. He died July 27 can I get his first of the months pay check?
I believe that RR disability checks are paid out the same as Social Security checks. You are paid in advance for the month. If the beneficiary dies at anytime during the month the entire month's check must be returned. Read More
In the US, of course not. Read More
Can a husband and wife be sued for medical bills if the husband is on social security but the wife works?
If both are contractually responsible or liable for the debt, then yes; and likely both will be. While neither SSI nor disability can be attached, as soon as the payment hits the bank, the creditor can garnish the account. Both the wife's wages and bank account can be garnished. Read More
my ex-husband and I were married 20 years. Can I draw from his VA disability? Read More
Yes....he can Anyone receiving SSI or SSDI must report any earnings to the social security administration.If your husband does not report his wages he may be disqualified, fined and/or jailed for fraud.. Visit the Social securty Administration main page for more information Read More
This past April my ex-husband pased away soon after being approved for disability my question is I was married from 1981 to 1991 could I draw a check from him even though I draw a disability?
If you mean that you received a check for disability destined to your husband who has passed away and you would like to cash it with saying anything to any one. No, I think that you will be breaking the law. Read More
Social Security Disability benefits are exempt from any debt collection except for child support obligations. SS benefits can in some cases be garnished for spousal maintenance, but the spouse who is entititled must file a civil suit to obtain a judgment for collection of the court ordered amount. Read More
If a husband and wife get a divorce can she legally change the childrens last names to her maiden name and the children still draw the fathers social security disability?
It probably depends on the custody of the parents but Im oretty sure you would need both parents to agree to the name change. Read More
You will receive all of his social security. Read More
You can if you want to, but you can divorce him if you don't. Personally, I think that you shouldn't divorce someone just because they have changed. True beauty comes from within. I hope this helps! Read More
IF a couple was married and then divorced,and then lived together as husband and wife for over 25 years, then the "husband" abandoned her, can she receive social security benefits (in Texas)? Read More
yes they can Read More
No one receives a salary for being a wife (or a husband) since that is not a job. Read More
You don't lose your disability determination but it might affect your check amount. Example: Your spouse makes enough money to care for both of you; your check might be reduced or zero. Example: The husband is on full disability; a disabled wife's check might be cut drastically. Read More