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Can My Daughter Receive Social Security Benefits if Her Dad Died Before She Was Born?

Question by Tonya: Can my daughter receive social security benefits if her dad died before she was born?
He did not sign anything stating he was the father before he died. His family knows that she is his daughter.

Best answer:

Answer by Mommy2Aly
I’m not sure. I’m thinking if they were going to allow it, they would want a DNA test done though. But this could happen to anybody I suppose (having the father die before birth) so I’m sure they’ve had to deal with this situation before.

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