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I have been on disability getting my small SS to pay /issue

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I have been on disability getting my small SS to pay for Medicare/issue date of Medicare was 2010. I recently started receiving less than half of my husbands SS since I could not work. The sent two checks, mine and less than half of his. Being born in 1951, I could not receive half of his SS. Percentage of half. My husband died 2 weeks ago. ( on our anniversary) I know I need to get things changed,what do I do in order get this started by next pay period..July. they did not contact me, but Medicare contacted his part d, so obviously they know. I was wondering when I call, tho the lady does not like me, ( was real nice to my husband do I need to take paper work? Suggest if need a death certificate they need to let funeral home know? Or what..I am not even sure if I have to wait to do this until November like I used to have to do everything. So much on my mind.,not sure what to do.
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Phillips Esq. replied 5 months ago.

My deepest condolences for your loss.

You need to call the Social Security Administration's 800# ***** report the death. You do not need to provide the Death Certificate. 1-***-***-**** ( TTY 1-***-***-****).

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