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Is it possible to draw off a deceased husband if marriage was

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Is it possible to draw off a deceased husband if marriage was more than ten years even if married again?
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This is possible under the law however the law states the following:

1. If the remarriage happened before you reached age 60, you cannot apply

2. If the second marriage ended in a death or divorce, you can file for a widows benefit from the first deceased spouse.

3. Your marriage occurred after age 50 and you were entitled to benefits as a disabled widow(er) or disabled surviving divorced spouse.
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