No, it is assumed that one spouse will care for the other during illness or troubled times. That is the basis of the "sickness or in health..for richer or poorer" that is included in the traditional wedding vows. Even if one did actually take such vows, the presumption is still morally and legally valid. YES YOU CAN MY MOM TAKES CARE OF MY DAD AND GETS PAID FOR IT BUT ITS NOT THAT MUCH, AND I DONT THINK THATS RIGHT AND I THINK MY MOM IS WRONG FOR DOING THAT CUZ IF YOU REALLY LUV SOMEONE THE MONEY SHOULDNT MATTER!
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.
Yes, she can. He can also with his pension.
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.
No, to receive social security disability you must be considered disabled under the social security's listing of impairments.
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.
He should apply for disability Social Security and, if successful, he would be eligible for Medicare.
Social security payments for the husband stopped upon his death. If the child is under 22 (?) and is still in school, there may be payments due to the child. If you are receiving checks on your own behalf as a widow, those checks are not subject to child support payments. You can call Social Security directly or look online for this information.
Generally if an ex-spouse has not remarried before age 63, there should be no problem. Go to the Social Security site and ask for a review of benefits.
should my husband pay social security on his employee
No. Benefits are paid by the state (to people entitled to them) not the husband.
social security comes from the govt not from your husband
Usually the nursing home uses the social security income as payment for services. Possibly you could have your social security payments (if you are at least 62) based on her income levels. You should plan to either work or find another means of income.
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.
In the US, of course not.
That means that if your husband predeceases you then the annuity payments would go to you as the survivor.
Generally, yes, the child is still his child. The support payments would likely stop if the new husband adopts the child, but he can't do that unless you agree to it.
Her new husband is yet to be found out, although her first husband died of Parkinson's Disease
A husband can test HIV negative even if his wife tests positive, because he may not have contracted the disease. Another possibility is that the disease has not surfaced in the husband.
If you have kids, your kids should be able to.
Amelia's husband George died in 1950 of a kidney disease.
no he died of a disease