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Social security death benefit is one of benefits given by Social Security to provide financial aid to family members of its deceased member. For one to be entitled to it, it must be first proven that said member contracted a plan to be a bonafide member and had chosen his beneficiaries.
If an active employee covered by a plan dies, his beneficiaries will be entitled to death benefit. The beneficiaries should have been chosen by member himself. This intention must be reflected on plan. If ever he names more than one beneficiary, death benefit will be equally divided among beneficiaries.
If you have ambiguities regarding death benefits, you can consult a social security death attorney to be enlightened. A social security death attorney can also do complicated paper works and competently represent you in your death benefit claim.
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