Children of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) recipients, whether biological, adopted, step children or dependent grandchildren, may also qualify to receive benefits given that they fulfill certain required criteria, including:

  • Children of SSDI recipients should be single, meaning they are not married.
  • Children must be below 18 years of age, or
  • Any child who acquired a disability before the age of 22.
  • Full time students of SSDI recipients aged 18 to 19 that are below grade 12.

Every eligible child of SSDI beneficiaries is entitled to receive up to ½ of the full payment amount every month.

If you want to know more information about SSDI or how a lawyer may help you in applying or appealing for your benefits in Indiana, get in touch with the attorneys at Hankey Marks & Crider. Find out how we may help you seek the benefits you need today by calling our offices at (317) 634-8565.