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Unfortunately no, the spousal benefit (50% of his benefit), is lost if you remarry. You would have been eligible if you were married for at least 10 years. You could be eligible for a survivor benefit if you did not remarry before age 60 (you would have to be deceased for this benefit). Because of your remarriage, you cannot take this benefit and will have to take it from your current spouse (you will only get the larger of the spousal benefit and your own retirement benefit, you do not get both).
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