Why should it affect her if she is the one to receive the benefits? I would guess they come from perhaps Social Security and you are merely the adult they are sent to but the money and other benefits are hers and has nothing to do with your marital status.
You can, of course, check with an Ohio lawyer if you choose.
Death benefits are governed by the terms of the provider, such as a private insurance policy or Social Security. I can think of no situation, though, where your marriage would affect your daughter's benefits. A lawyer should be able to answer your question in a 15 minute phone call, providing you have provided her/him with the insurance or other information.
You can find out by contacting the provider of the benefits like Social Security or insurance company. I doubt it but check to be sure.
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