Receiving Social Security Survivor Benefits

My son will be 18 next month and is getting my deceased husband's Social Security benefits. I was getting them as well and my son moved out. Once he turns 18 will I start getting them again?

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August 8, 20160 found this helpful

SSA Survivor benefits are paid to children until they are 18; 19 if still in high school. The Survivor benefits then stop completely unless a child is disabled; then benefits may continue for the child's life.

You will not receive any further SSA Survivor benefits.

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