so I would be entitled to his social security now even though I am only 52?
I do not understand why if he is receiving his ss now I would not be able to get half,Can I request this at mediation?and when I get my ss if he is not DEAD he can get half of mine.If he is not dead what would my ss be based on.He will get $2000 at 66
Not Really,It just seem unfair that he would get to keep his ss when the divorce /separation is his idea,I thought everything was split 50/50. He did not put me on his pension, it dies with him which would leave me distitute
Hi again.He wouldn't necessarily be able to keep all of his SS benefits. As I mentioned earlier, you may be given alimony. He'd need to pay for the alimony somehow after he retires, so it would likely come from in SS benefits. Also, while you may not be entitled to collect any of his pension after he dies, that is something that would likely be split 50/50 at least while he's alive.
Thank you So much for all your help. A good rating is coming your way
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