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Only if the mother has been designated the minor's payee by the SSA or there is a court order designating the mother the conservator of the minor child. In such cases the mother would be responsible for making a yearly accounting to the SSA and/or court of how the funds were spent and/or saved.

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Q: Is it legal for a mother to take a Social Security benefits of her 15-year-old child if the child does not live with her?
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Where can I find more information on Social Security death benefits?

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