Divorced Spouse SSD Benefits
Receive the Benefits You Deserve with Our Reno Social Security Disability Attorney
Social security disability benefits are an important part of being financially
secure for many retired and disabled individuals. When married couples
divorce, a spouse may continue to receive vital benefits on their former
spouse's social security record if certain conditions are met.
There are many stipulations that dictate whether you are eligible to receive
benefits from your former spouse, and a Reno social security disability
representative is in the best position to offer knowledgeable, experience-based
guidance. At Disability Action Advocates, we can help you navigate these
Call our offices at (888) 401-3920 today to get more than 20 years of
experience on your side. Our professionals are ready to hear from you.
Meeting the Requirements
Benefits cannot be received from a former spouse unless you are personally
qualified to receive benefits from the
Social Security Administration. In the event that you re-marry, benefits generally cannot be paid on
a former spouse's account unless the marriage ends.
Some of the core parameters necessary to qualify for divorced spouse benefits include:
- You have been married to your former spouse for a minimum of 10 years
- You are at least 62 years of age
- You are currently unmarried and not entitled to a higher benefit yourself
Securing the Care You Need
Disability Action Advocates has a wealth of experience working with clients
throughout the Reno area who have a need to collect social security benefits
on their former spouse's record. We believe strongly in your right to
receive the benefits of a former spouse as you would any other asset.
Our staff is practiced at providing the necessary guidance through an
often-confusing claims process.
We can assure you that we will not be paid until your claim is won. We
have won thousands of cases for clients with a wide variety of needs and
we look forward to helping you with your critical needs.
Contact a Reno social security disability advocate with DAA if you are in need of collecting benefits from a former spouse's
social security account.
We can start with a case evaluation. Reach out to our team of professionals today to request one.