I plan on filing for Social Security when I turn 62. Can I get benefits from his until I can file on my own?
answered on Mar 10, 2023
As a divorced spouse, you may be eligible to receive Social Security benefits based on your ex-husband's record if you meet certain criteria. To be eligible, you must have been married to your ex-husband for at least 10 years, be at least 62 years old, be unmarried (unless your later marriage... Read more »
Complaint: 19337126, As per the pdf marked berry rider, you had me sign documents saying you would in fact stay equally involved with my case, which I personally take to mean equally responsible for any and all outcomes start to finish. If I am mistaken please correct me. also you have repeatedly... Read more »
answered on Mar 4, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like you were working with a Social Security disability lawyer who has deserted you and you are unsure of what to do next.
Firstly, you may want to try to contact the lawyer again to see if there is any way to resolve the issue or if... Read more »
I retired in 2018 from NYPD.
answered on Mar 4, 2023
If your pension benefits did not withhold Social Security taxes, you may be subject to the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) or the Government Pension Offset (GPO) if you are eligible for Social Security benefits based on your own work history or the work history of a spouse.
The WEP can... Read more »
What I look up they should section 5-1503 is there
answered on Jan 31, 2023
Often, banks reject valid Powers of Attorney. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.
I applied for ssn on April 2021. i wasnt able to apply for stimulus on 2021 because of covid i never received my number? I was told by someone that i still can apply for the check. If so, am i supposed to file for last year's tax return as well?
answered on Aug 8, 2022
Most eligible people have already received all three of their Economic Impact Payments. However, you may still be able to file your 2020, 2021 taxes and claim a Recovery Rebate Credit. For more information, see https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments.
According to the... Read more »
I became disabled while working in 2018. I was receiving short term disability from my employer. I went into the hospital in October of 2019 and I was under the impression from a voice mail from the man who handles my claim that it was terminated due to failure to get them paperwork in time. When I... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2022
I'm sorry your question remains open for a week. The question may have gone unnoticed under this category. There's no guarantee all posts are ultimately picked up, but you could try reposting under Social Security. If you believe the checks might be floating around out there, you could... Read more »
My grandma suddenly lost her social security benefits. We called SSA and we have general POA. They said they can’t speak to us or explain what happened. They need to speak to my grandma. She doesn’t speak English and she has Alzheimer’s. They said they don’t accept POA and can’t speak to... Read more »
answered on Dec 23, 2021
How do you help your grandma with her Social Security issues since Social Security will not accept a Power of Attorney (POA)? Below are a options that you could do:
1. Request a telephone appointment with a Social Security representative and ask that they have an interpreter present (Social... Read more »
In order for my daughter to get disability (to which she is entitled), she had to have a phone interview with the SSA. Because of her disability, she was incapable of being subjected to an interview, so I made believe that I was she. As it turned out, I had to take an oath on a recorded line that... Read more »
answered on Sep 30, 2021
You need to speak to a criminal attorney that handles federal fraud cases and find out if they can help you fix this. In addition you need to know that part of the interview process is to assess how your daughter functions. So hopefully you can get it straightened out so that the interviewer can... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2021
You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above. In the third column of practice areas, you'll see the linked text "Social Security Disability." You should be able to search by county or city. Plattsburgh or Clinton county might not immediately come up in the basic results. You might have... Read more »
answered on Aug 2, 2021
Look toward the top of this page. You'll see linked text, "Find-a-Lawyer." Click that and you'll get a page with three columns of practice areas. Toward the bottom of the third column, you'll see linked text, "Social Security Disability." Click that and then... Read more »
I am assisting a young man (23yr old) who will graduate from college but who cannot proceed with things like drivers license, employment, etc, due to a troubled childhood situation in which his name was changed numerous times. The birth certificate (issued in New York City) has questionable... Read more »
answered on Jul 19, 2021
This would be best handled by a civil litigation attorney as it sounds like it involves several name changes or may require one now. You may be able to get free help from legal aid clinics but if not you can always reach out to attorneys directly and ask if they would help for free. Best wishes!
answered on Apr 19, 2021
If you are receiving SSD, then assets won't matter, you just can't be working (because you're disabled). If you are receiving SSI, which is based on need, then it will.
For more info: https://www.crestssd.com/social-security-disability-qualifications/ssd-income-limits/
how can he get away with it for this long and I need it to change my sons last name
answered on Feb 6, 2021
Legal custody is required to hold on to the Social Security Card. If the mother of the child has legal custody, and the Paternal Grandfather has no legal custody, then the Grandfather cannot keep the card.
If some other custody situation exists other than what is described above, then the... Read more »
I live with my mom we will be selling our house. I will get a portion of the money Do I need to report this to ssi and will this be considered earned income?
answered on Dec 28, 2020
Yes, the income you receive from the sale of your mom's house is considered to be unearned income and it must be reported to Social Security. Since SSI is a needs-based program, the more countable income you have the less your SSI check will be and when it is over the allowable limit, you... Read more »
He tried to kill me fractured my Tibia Fibia. He was going for my head he damage my left elbow (as I cover up). He came in defense of his sister my wife. And began battering me with his bat. However, I was charge with domestic violence after I woke up from a coma. When I woke up I was told I was... Read more »
answered on Nov 19, 2020
Short answer is no.
Like many states, New York’s law sets time limits for a host of specific crimes. For crimes not specifically listed in the statute, a general statute of limitations applies based on the category of the crime. The general time limits are:
five years for felony... Read more »
I will make it’s always the different amount I asked him what was the formula they use and they said 35 years of your year work and divide by 12 that would give me my monthly benefits well it’s not the same as theirs
answered on Nov 14, 2020
Try calculating your Social Security retirement this way:
Step 1: Use your earnings history to calculate your Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (AIME). Use your earnings statement that Social Security has - you can find your record on your My Social Security account. The AIME calculation... Read more »
I'm on social security and I have no place to go, is he allowed to throw me out? I was told by a friend my disability may help me. I lost my leg back in 2013 and I have spina bifida with tethered cord syndrome I need to know my rights and I hope I picked the right place to ask this because I... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2020
I'm sorry that this is happening. Absent any court order, you have a right to live in your marital home. Furthermore, I cannot imagine an order that kicks you out of the apartment without at least ensuring that you are adequately accommodated. If your husband is attempting any actions... Read more »
I have just received a letter from a organization that mailed my personal and sensitive information to the wrong address. They sent me a letter apologizing for it and offering free credit monitoring for up to a year. Would it be a good idea to file a lawsuit? Thank you.
answered on May 8, 2020
It could depend on what kind of damages you incurred and whether you would want to go through with the expense and time of a lawsuit. There are attorneys who deal with identity theft/privacy type issues. If you wanted to look into the matter in greater detail, you could contact one of them. Good... Read more »
Will be able to get his last month benefits so we can use for his final expenses such as funeral costs and other expenses ?
answered on Apr 15, 2020
My condolences to you and your family. Below are the next steps to take with regard to Social Security benefits and the death of your husband.
First of all, your husband's death must be reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA). In most cases, the funeral home will report... Read more »
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