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Is My Child Entitled To His Deceased Fathers Social Security Checks?

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My daughter gets a death benefit check, I also get one for him he was on ssi disability will we both get a 250 dollar check
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I am trying to figure out if i am entitled to my deceased fathers ssi benefits and dont know whee to star can u help?
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Can a child at 16 get the security check in his name and not his mothers. And can she be held accounted for the money
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Sharon Rhodes answered
If you are a dependent child of his that is either under 18 in school or disabled student you are entitled to his social security. Generally if you recognized as his legal dependent child, the living spouse will receive the information and guidelines on how to start collecting. If you are an older adult and is not disabled and is not listed as his dependent, then you are seen as not being entitled to the social security, the law restricts you from collecting on his social security. If he had a pension and you were a beneficiary, then this is a different matter. Hope it helps
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Sharon Rhodes answered
Your child is entitled to his deceased fathers social security if he listed as the fathers dependent and is under age 18 in high school or if disabled and over 18 in school. Being a dependent can be as basic as establishing a paternal order that is recognized through the courts most especially if the child did not live with the deceased father. Generally all persons applying for social security benefits have to list their dependent children. If you are married to the deceased father, the social security administration will contact you and provide you with more information. Good luck
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My partners was killed leaving me with 3 children at the time we had only been back and living together for 1 year I am not entitled to widows benefit or widowed parents benefit is there anything I can claim to help me and my children financially as my partner was the worker and provided for us all and now were are struggling?
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I think your child's father has to have some sort of military back ground, I am not 100% sure about this, but it would help you to spend the time on the phone to call them and find out. Hope this helps.
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yvette Jones answered
I don't see why not. Thats how it usually works. The mother or father passes away and the child collects the benefits until they turn 18 years of age.

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