Harrisburg Social Security Lawyer Explains How Children May Be Entitled to Benefits
Posted Scott B. Cooper on Jul 11, 2012 in General
May 23, 2012 – Children of retired or disabled parents may be entitled to Social Security benefits. The Social Security law requires that the child must be under 18; or between the ages of 18 and 19 and a full time student; or 18 or over and suffering from a medical disability that began before age 22. Children must be dependant which means that they are living with the parent or the parent is providing at least one half of the child’s ordinary living costs.
The Social Security attorneys Tom Cook and Melissa Leininger with Schmidt Kramer Injury Lawyers can answer any questions you may have about whether you have about children qualifying for social security, and applying for and qualifying for social security disability. Contact Tom or Melissa if you have any questions or need a social security disability lawyer.