SSDRC authored by Tim Moore
Social Security Disability and SSI Questions and Answers
What is the Application Process for Social Security Disability and SSI?
How do you Win Benefits under Social Security Disability or SSI?
If I am determined disabled, how far back will Social Security pay benefits?
How do you prove your disability case if you have a mental condition?
What Can I Do to Improve My Chances of Winning Disability Benefits
Common Mistakes after Receiving a Denial of Social Security Disability or SSI Benefits
How to File for Disability - Tips for Filing
If You Get Approved For SSDI Will You Also Get Medicare?
How much does a Social Security disability attorney get paid?
Social Security Disability SSI Criteria and the Evaluation Process
How long does it take to be approved for SSI or Social Security disability?
What do you Need to Prove to Qualify for Disability Benefits?
Social Security Disability SSI and Fibromyalgia
Social Security Disability SSI and Degenerative Disc Disease
Can I Qualify For Disability and Receive Benefits based on Depression?
More questions about SSD and SSI
What Disabilities Qualify for SSI and Social Security Disability Benefits?
Social Security Disability Status
Social Security Disability Tips — how a claim gets worked on
Social Security Disability, SSI Disability - Terms, Definitions, Concepts
If I receive SSDI and I divorce, will my SSDI increase?
How to prove you are disabled
and win disability benefits
"Hi. I currently receive SSDI. My husband and I are divorcing. Will my SSDI increase, then?"
Unfortunately, divorce has no effect on your Social Security disability benefit amount. The amount of your disability benefit was determined when you became eligible to receive your monthly disability benefit. Social Security based your disability benefit amount computation on your earnings prior to your becoming disabled. If you are not working any kind of job, annual cost of living increases are the only thing that will increase your monthly SSDI disability benefit amount.
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