January 7, 2011
A U.S. appeals court ruled that a New Jersey woman can seek Social Security benefits for twins conceived in vitro after her husband’s death, according to the Associated Press.
However, she must prove that they were his children when he died to receive the benefits.
There are four other families suing the Social Security Administration to secure benefits for children who were conceived after their fathers have passed away.
Do you think these children should be allowed to receive Social Security benefits? Why do you think the Social Security Administration would deny them?
If you need help getting Social Security benefits you deserve to get your put your life back on track, the Social Security lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin can help.
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