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?
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.
There has never been an obsolete answer to this continuously asked question. But if you're permanently disable, then your benefits will not end. If you're about to become fully retired, then you'll start to receive "Retirement Benefits" which doesn't change any of your income benefits. -Kanaan Yarahuan Source(s): - Google - Social Security paper work - My mother - My brother - 30 Minutes of research
If a child's mother died can the absent father take the child in then start collecting the child's Social Security Death Benefits?
If your mother receives Social Security survivor benefits for your care who will get the money if you become emancipated at age 16?
Social Security laws would determine the allocation of benefits. Some possible options are, the emancipated minor would receive the benefits directly, a payee representative would be appointed for the named person or benefit payments would no longer be applicable due to the minor having gained legal adult status.
Why would a step mother need the step children's social security numbers when their father has died in Arizona?
The Wage Earner refers to the person who is working that is responsible (gives financial support) for the individual (also known as the beneficiary) who is applying to receive benefits from Social Security. With Child Disability claims this would be the mother or father that is employed. For retirement it would be yourself.
What happens to a checking account with two signers when the funds are Social Security income belonging to the mother and the daughter files bankruptcy?
Can the father use a copy of the kids social security to get welfare benefit if The mother already get assistance?
No. Although President Roosevelt's mother, Sara Ann Delano Roosevelt (1854-1941), would almost certainly have refused Social Security benefits, she was never eligible to receive them because neither she nor her husband paid into the trust. Roosevelt's father, James, was significantly older than his mother and died in 1900, long before the Great Depression, FDR's election to the Presidency, or the initiation of the Social Security Act of 1935. Additionally, both Sara Delano and James Roosevelt…
My daughter's mother draws social security through here father she was disabled before 18 does she have to pay child support?
I know if you receive SSI or SSDI you have not paid enough into the Social Security fund to receive legitimate Social Security so therefore it cannot be garnished for child support. So if they were not gainfully employed long enough to accrue some social security they do not have to pay you support.
If your mother was married to someone other than your biological father and have another child from that marriage and she passed away is the other children entiled to anything?
The child would need to have the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security benefits while the child is a minor. You should consult with an attorney. The child would need to have the father's paternity established. Once paternity has been established the child is entitled to inherit from her father's estate and collect under his social security…
The minor child's mother can file a claim against the father's estate. The minor child is also entitled to inherit a portion of the estate. The mother should consult with an attorney who can review the situation and explain her rights and options. The child can also collect survivor benefits from Social Security. See related link.
Can my mother legally take 2000 out of my social security account if it's not for my best interest but rather for part of a car payment for my younger sister?
How do you take control of my daughters ss check from my mother that is blowing it and we are not benefiting from it?
Does a minor child have legal rights to social security monies from a deceased father if he died without a will or property and the child's biological mother is the custodial parent in Virginia?
None of the exceptions you present would disqualify a person under 18 years of age from receiving Social Security Benefits attributed to the fathers Soc Sec Account. Whoever the court appoints or considers to be the legal guardian will receive the monies to be used for the benefit and welfare of the minor. However the Soc Sec Admn has specific rules which could eliminate any receipt of monies. Refer to the benefits section of the…
The answer depends on the details. You may be placed in your father's custody, if possible, or under the guardianship of a close family relative. You may be given the opportunity to choose but an adult will need to advocate on your behalf. You may inherit your mother's estate. You may be entitled to Social Security benefits.
Is the social security that a disabled father and his two sons draw on their deceased mother taxable?
In 2007 my mother at the time was 64 and drawing social security from her spouse who passed away in Aug 2006. In 2007 she only earned $14,040.00. Then in 2008the next year at age 65 she earned $32,220.00. Social Security is trying to make her pay back over 8,000.00 for the year 2008. Why is she having to pay back. Isn't after the first year you can year any amount.
If your mother is on SSI and you take care of her in your house and she is maxing her credit cards and will not be able to pay the 20k debt what is going to happen to her and does it affect you?
All Social Security benefits are exempt from any legal action that pertains to creditor debt. Although making charges on accounts when the person knows they are not going to be able to pay is a very bad idea. Unless you are a joint account holder with your mother you bear no responsibility for her use of the cards or for the debt she incurs. What will happen to her is difficult to determine, it is…
Is it legal for a car dealership to sell a car to someone who has only been employed for 2 days and co signed by his 82 year old mother with income of only social security?
Can you qualify for medicaid if you are unemployed and living with your mother who just recently became unemployed?
Can your mother stop Social Security payments from your deceased father if you move out at 17 and are still in school?
It depends upon the circumstances. If the minor does not have a legal guardian or guardian ad litem appointed by the court, the SSA might appoint a representative payee other than the surviving parent, (it could be a person or an agency) to oversee the benefit payment. If the minor moved in with a boyfriend or someone not deemed acceptable by the SSA, or left school, the benefits would be suspended until the prescribed criteria…