Social Security Benefits for “Non-Traditional Families”
There is little question that our traditional society has changed, with “non-traditional families” evolving as somewhat common in today’s American society. Social Security’s rules, however, are based largely upon the traditional family definition. So, the question that might naturally be asked is how “non-traditional” families fit into Social Security’s benefit picture, especially as relates to dependents of those who collect Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits. This issue is tackled head on in this Legal Scoops article by Jacob Maslow, by explaining how “auxiliary benefits” for Social Security are determined for a non-traditional family. Click here to read more.
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