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Disabled Widows Benefits in Gardena CA

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Disabled Widows Benefits in Gardena CA

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If you are applying for disabled widow benefits in Gardena CA then you may be dealing with a lot of stress. Not only have you lost your spouse, but you are now asked to navigate a potentially complex system. You are not in this alone. Keep reading to get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about DWB benefits and then contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 if you would like to talk to an attorney who can help.

How Do I Apply for Disabled Widow Benefits in Gardena CA?

You will need to either visit or Call us now at 800-333-0000 Social Security office. They will require several pieces of evidence to get the survivor’s benefits started. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Death certificate or notice from the funeral home
  • Your social security number
  • Your spouse’s social security number
  • Your marriage certificate

How Long Will I Need to Wait for My Disabled Widows Benefits in Gardena CA?

It depends. One thing is certain: You are not eligible for benefits in the month during which your spouse died. If you received a check for them from SSA, whether for disability or retirement, you must return it. If an automatic payment went through then it must be returned. Your attorney can help you determine when your benefits are likely to start.

What is the Payout for Disabled Widows Benefits in Gardena CA?

The monthly benefit amount is based on the earnings of your deceased spouse. The more they paid into their SSA account, the more the benefit you would receive. Your monthly DWB benefit would be based on a percentage of their basic Social Security benefit. If you are at full retirement age then you would receive 100% of their benefit, a person between the ages of 60 and full retirement would receive between 71.5% and 99% of their benefit (depending on their age), and a person aged 50 to 59 would get 71.5% of their spouses’ benefit.

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