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Stockbridge, GA 30281 Social Security Office and Benefit Tips

Morrow Social Security Office Address :
6670 MERCHANTS WAY
MORROW, GA 30260

Social Security Phone (Nat'l) : 1-800-772-1213
TTY : 1-800-325-0778
Social Security Office Hours : MON: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM; TUES: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM; WED: 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM; THUR: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM; FRI: 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM; SAT & SUN: CLOSED

 

Effective 16 Mar 2015, most offices open until 4:00 except Wednesdays.

Federal Holidays & Emergency Closures                 Office details verified 14 Mar 2015

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Social Security Office Directions and Notes :

PARKING IS VERY LIMITED; PLEASE ENCOURAGE TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS. OFFICE IS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF MERCHANTS WAY AT THE SOUTH ENTRANCE TO THE SOUTHLAKE MALL OFF MT ZION ROAD. FROM I-75 TAKE EXIT 233 AND TURN RIGHT ONTO MT ZION ROAD AND THEN RIGHT ONTO MERCHANTS WAY. OFFICE IS ON THE RIGHT. SPANISH AND VIETNAMESE INTERVIEWERS AVAILABLE. MOST BUSINESS CAN BE HANDLED ONLINE AT WWW.SOCIALSECURITY.GOV.

Morrow Social Security Office Notes

Social Security office hours have been reduced the past few years. Now almost all Social Security offices have the same hours of 9:00 to noon on Wednesdays, and 9:00 to 4:00 on other weekdays. Fridays may be a bit less crowded. Try to get an appointment by phone first. You can do many things like signup for retirement benefits online at ssa.gov.


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Social Security offices near Morrow, GA :

StreetCityStateZip
6670 MERCHANTS WAYMORROWGA30260
SUITE 8, 2853 CANDLER ROADDECATURGA30034
SUITE 2860 FLR 28, 401 W PEACHTREE ST NWATLANTAGA30308
BLDG 2400 SUITE 122, 3800 CAMP CREEK PKWYATLANTAGA30331
9180 COVINGTON BYPASSCOVINGTONGA30014

 

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Comments

Disabled worker remarriage (Spouse's benefits question)

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 01:15 by Guest

My boyfriend (age 61) and I (age 45) have been together for 12 years. We are not married. He is receiving Disability since age 36 due to a stroke. We have a child (aged 3) together and she receives benefits under his disability (equivalent to 50% of what he gets). If we were to marry, would I be eligible for Spouse's benefits and if so, how much? Would there be any disadvantages to us being legally married? (He was married previously, for over 10 years, although I believe he may not still have been married when he started to receive disability benefits - I do know his children at the time received them)

Thank you

Benefits for spouse of disabled worker

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 21:36 by David Luhman

Yes, this may be possible. There is a spousal benefit for spouses who care for an infant. However, your gain may turn into a loss of the child's benefit. You'll want to discuss directly with Social Security before deciding, but see the following excerpt on this :

Benefits are payable to the spouse of a disabled worker :

  • at age 62 or older, unless he or she collects a higher Social Security benefit based on his or her earnings record. The spouse benefit amount will be permanently reduced by a percentage based on the number of months up to his or her full retirement age.
  • at any age if he or she is caring for your child under age 16 or disabled and receiving Social Security benefits.



    Your spouse would receive these benefits until the child reaches age 16. At that time, the child's benefits continue, but your spouse's benefits stop unless he or she is old enough to receive retirement benefits (age 62 or older) or survivor benefits as a widow or widower (age 60).

http://www.ssa.gov/dibplan/dfamily2.htm

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