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Survior benefits and two households
Two households are receiving benefits. My oldest child is now 18 and graduated high school. His benefit was divided between me, my youngest son and my husbands son that lives with his mother.
What I was wondering does this happen to each of us as we lose our benefit? Will the youngest child end up with the full amount of the family benefit?
Updated : July 24, 2010 by Guest
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