Disabled Widow’s and Widower’s Benefits (DWB)
Those eligible for DWB receive benefits from the Social Security Administration based on the work record of their deceased spouse.
A surviving spouse or divorced surviving spouse must be at least 50 years old to qualify for disabled widow(er)’s benefits. In addition, it must be proved that the onset of your disability occurred no more than 7 years after the death of the deceased spouse or ex-spouse and before the age of 60.
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