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Disabled Widows Benefits in Ontario CA

Disabled Widows Benefits in Ontario CA

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Disabled Widows Benefits in Ontario CA

Get the Benefits You Deserve by Working with a Disabled Widows Benefits Attorney in Ontario CA

Losing a spouse is a traumatic experience. The last thing you need to do is to struggle financially. While disabled widows benefits in Ontario CA can help make your life easier financially, it can be a challenge to navigate the system to qualify for them. That is where we come in: You have found a DWB attorney in Ontario CA who is ready to help you find the best way forward. Contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 to request a consultation.

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

You will need to either visit or call your local 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 Much Will I Get in Disabled Widow Benefits in Ontario CA?

Your benefit amount is based on the earnings of the person who died. The more they paid into Social Security, the higher your benefits would be. The monthly amount you would get is a percentage of the deceased's basic Social Security benefit. If you are already at full retirement age, you would receive 100% of the deceased worker’s benefit. If you are between age 60 and full retirement age, you would receive 71.5 to 99% of the deceased workers’ benefit. Finally, if you are age 50 to 59, you would receive 71.5% of the deceased workers’ benefit.

Are DWB Benefits in Ontario CA Paid Immediately?

No. DWB are not paid the month in which the person dies. As a result, if your spouse receives a disability or SSA retirement check that covers the period of time between their death and the date you receive the check, you will need to return the money. Talk to your DWB attorney to find out if any money you have received needs to be returned. Note as well that you are likely eligible for a one-time $255 payout if you were living in the same home as your spouse at the time of their death.

How Do I Get Help with Disabled Widow Benefits in Ontario CA?

It is best to work with a disabled widow benefits attorney. When you choose The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, you can count on our commitment to finding the best possible options for you. Call us now at 800-333-0000 and we can get started right away.

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