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Unfortunately, no, you cannot take him back to court now. The papers that were signed are binding on you. A motion to reopen a case because of duress of fraud must be brought within one year after the judgment was entered under Rule 60. There isn't any procedure for opening a case after four years have passed.
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Not if you specifically waived it at the time of the divorce. You're bound by the agreement that you made, even if it turned out to be a mistake. I'm sorry.
You can seek Social Security benefits based on your ex-husband's earnings if it would give you more money than you get on your own, as long as you do not remarry before reaching retirement age (or that marriage also ends).