Social Security Disability
February 22, 2012 by staff
Social Security Disability, Oscar Torres-Torres: Social Security News for You
Q: I have children at home and I plan to retire next fall. Will my children be eligible for monthly Social Security payments after I retire?
A: A child (biological, legally adopted or dependent stepchild or grandchild) may potentially be eligible. Monthly Social Security payments may be made to your children if they are: Unmarried and under age 18; age 19 if still in high school; or age 18 or older, who became severely disabled before age 22 and continue to be disabled.
For more information, read “Benefits For Children” at http://www.socialsecurity.gov/pubs/10085.html.
Q: Is there a time limit on Social Security disability benefits?
A: Your disability benefits will continue as long as your medical condition has not improved and you cannot work. Social Security will periodically review your case to determine whether you continue to be eligible. If you are still receiving disability benefits when you reach your full retirement age, your disability benefits will automatically be converted to retirement benefits.
Learn more at the website http//:www.socialsecurity.gov/disability.
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