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A distant relative and his wife passed away recently, children are now living with their retired grandparents who have no source of income but social security. We are planning to help them out in some way, as we have other obligations too, our contribution would depend upon their immediate need. What sort of help government provides in these situations? Is it enough for survival or not? One kid would go to college next year, I'm assuming his financial aid would be enough? They'll inherit some money from their parent and probably life insurance as well but without family and government's help, it would be tough.17 replies
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