Your husband might can get his retirement pay when he is on his disability. This can depend on who he worked for.
Don't kill your husband! He's disable and is a veteran. What are you thinking?!
My husband has this condition and we have applied for ss disability. We will update once we get an answer.
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.
No. Benefits are paid by the state (to people entitled to them) not the husband.
ZERO your husbands disability income has to do with his inability to work and has nothing to do with you in life or death.
You would have to check with the Social Security Administration for the answer.
No, to receive social security disability you must be considered disabled under the social security's listing of impairments.
my ex-husband and I were married 20 years. Can I draw from his VA disability?
Not unless he hides the body in the closet
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.
If you have kids, your kids should be able to.
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.
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.
it depends on what their doctors report
We have a personal Disability Insureanc Policy for my husband. He is currently working on commission and is about to undergo knee replacement surgery. Can he get benefits from both his employer and our personal policy?
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.
You will need to go back to court and open up your divorce settlement. An attorney should be able to handle this for you. If this is already in your divorce, then you need to inform the court.
As soon as the husband begins collecting it, but the ex wife can only collect it if there is a standing court order pertaining to to.
Does he still work? Is there an economic loss if he becomes disabled?
i live in mississippi and having neck and back problems and i draw from my husband's ss
does my spouse have to claim my workers disability pension on his income tax return