Benefits for Unmarried Couples
Unfortunately, adults who live together but are not married are not eligible to receive payments on the basis of disabled person with whom he or she lives. But see the section on common-law marriage!
Benefits for Ex-Spouses
If you are an ex-spouse, you can get all the benefits that a spouse can get, if you were married to your ex-spouse for 10 years in a row; and If you are either Not now married, or, For survivor’s benefits, any remarriage came after…
Benefits for People Over 50
In short, it is a lot easier for an unskilled person to win a disability claim if he or she is over 50. The rules that govern the disability determination make it easier for most people who are over 50 years old to be considered…
Benefits for Disabled Young Adults
Young adults need to be considered disabled under the same regulations that govern the disability determination that govern all other adults. However adults between the ages of 18 – 24 need much fewer work credits to be considered eligible to receive benefits. Under the age…
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