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The answer to your question is that yes, you can start drawing social security at age 62. Your benefit will be reduced because you are drawing early, but you are still eligible to draw.
Whether or not you can draw off your ex spouse depends on if you are remarried. If you are not remarried (married currently) then you cannot draw off your ex.
If you are unmarried, you can draw off your ex because you were married longer than 10 years.
Since you are drawing early, your benefit would be equal to about 35% of his benefit. If you wait until age 66, it will be 50% of his benefit
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