If you are divorced, but your marriage lasted 10 years or longer, you can receive benefits on your ex–spouse's record (even if they have remarried) if: You are .
A divorced woman can receive Social Security benefits without filing any special. at the time of divorce, and it doesn't matter if her ex–spouse has remarried.
If you are divorced after at least 10 years of marriage, you can collect retirement benefits on your former spouse's Social Security record if you are at least age 62
Knowing the rules on divorced spousal benefits and remarriage can have a substantial impact on your Social Security payments. Here are five simple rules: .
Divorce doesn't rule out Social Security spousal benefits. You may qualify for. You can't collect both. Also, it doesn't matter if your ex–spouse has remarried.
If you are divorced you may qualify for Social Security benefits based on the earnings record of your ex–spouse, even if they have remarried or passed away.
Benefits paid to a disabled widow(er) are unaffected by remarriage.. does not change the Social Security benefits paid to either your new spouse or ex–spouse.
These benefits are available to divorced spouses who were married for at least. To collect Social Security benefits after your ex–spouse dies, your ex–spouse .