I am currently rep of payee of my 64 year old mother's disability. Now she will not let me in her home & will barely speak to me because of diff of opinions. Should I stop being rep for my legal responsibility or how responsible for her am I?
As a representative payee of your mother's Social Security disability, you have a lot of responsibility. You are responsible for managing your mother's benefit payments in a way that is in her best interests. You must follow Social Security law and use her disability payments for your...View More
I will be eligible to receive widow benefits shortly. However, once I reach full retirement age, I will be able to receive a substantially higher amount from my ex-husband (married 16 years.) If I choose Widow's benefits, can I later change to the Divorced Spouse? If yes, please let me know... View More
Your Social Security cannot be seized by a creditor to pay a bill. Unfortunately, a creditor may try to seize your money and then you may have to hire an attorney if a creditor does, in fact, seize your money.
You need to contact a local Legal Aid Office near you and schedule an...View More
That's ten years. I was told to refile now they have strung me along for ten months I have no power no income 16 in food stamps per month and peoples charity to make it on. I don't know how they can do this I worked hard for thirty years and paid my fica tax. Now they have left me to... View More
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No. There are two limits on SSDI benefits - your individual max (PIA) and family max. In order to get dependent benefits your family max must be higher than you PIA. For example, PIA (800) Family max (800), in this situation there would be no dependent benefits. But if your PIA was (1000) and...View More
Yes it can be appealed but if the decision was in April 2014 then the time period to appeal probably has expired.
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