The Facts Are Simple: If You Need Disabled Widows Benefits in Perris CA Then You Need an Attorney
Losing a spouse is not only emotionally devastating but it can be economically devastating as well. If you are disabled and required your spouse’s income for financial support, then you may feel lost and as though you have no options. However, it may be that you are eligible for a type of Social Security known as disabled widow benefits in Perris CA. Keep reading to get answers to common questions about these benefits and then contact The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a consultation.
How Long Does It Take to Start Receiving Disabled Widows Benefits in Perris CA?
You will not be paid disabled widows benefits in Perris CA in the month during which your spouse dies. If they die and get either disability or retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration, whether it is via mail or directly deposited in a joint account, you must return it to the SSA. They will then determine if you are eligible to received disabled widow benefits and if they are, then payments will be made directly to you.
The benefits begin when the SSA has determined you are disabled by their rules and regulations. The SSA will also pay a one-time payment of $255 if you were living with your spouse when they died. This is generally paid only in instances in which you were living in the same household at the time of their death.
How Do I Apply for Disabled Widow Benefits in Perris 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
What is the Payout for Disabled Widows Benefits in Perris 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.