You might be wondering exactly how the probate process deals with social security, pensions, or even Veteran affairs. After all, you’re reading this article, so that means you must at least be curious. If so, and you’ve got questions, congratulations! You’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll look at just exactly that, and hopefully give you answers to all those burning questions. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
The Social Security Act
The concept of Social Security can be a confusing one, but it can actually be quite beneficial. What does it do exactly? For one thing, the Social Security Act is able to provide for survivor’s benefits to family members, as well as other benefits to any eligible persons. These benefits can include monthly payments or if preferred, a lump sum death payment.
Who Is Eligible for Veteran Benefits?
If anyone who may be entitled to benefits dies, a member of the family or interested party should contact the local Social Security office for any further information.
Any widows, minor children, or other family members may be eligible for benefits, if applicable. Anyone interested in finding out more about this should contact the appropriate pension company official for further information regarding this matter.
If someone dies and they were a Veteran, you should contact the Veteran’s Administration if you are curious about burial or death benefit information.
A Final Word From Justin Scott
Hopefully, this information will be able to shed some more light on the situation. If you’re in New Jersey, you can contact Scott Counsel in Cherry Hill for more help or information.
Justin Scott, an attorney for the practice, says, “We know you have questions, and we are here to help point you in the right direction to find answers, as well as to help clear any hurdles you may come across. We’re here to help, and I or any of our other experienced attorneys will be here to walk this road with you every step of the way. That’s what we believe you not only need at a time like this, but it’s what you deserve.”