Receiving Survivor Benefits?

I just did some researching about receiving benefits if parents pass. My mother has been deceased for 2 yrs and I didn't know at the time, even though she was receiving benefits for disability, that I would be eligible to receive money. I would like to know what I need to do to claim my benefits before it's too late.

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May 1, 20140 found this helpful

Call your local Social Security Office and talk to them. They are the only ones that can tell you the right answer.

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May 5, 20140 found this helpful

Was your mom able to work long enough and pay enough into the system for benefits to even be available? Either call you local SS office or get on SS website to get answers to you questions, or find out what you need to get together in order to file. You are aware, that a child's benefits will go to whoever is taking care of you, for your care. Unless you have been emancipated, you probably will not get the monthly checks.

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