With regard to your post:
"my x wife is filing for ssi she will be able to draw in june this year at 62 ------ OK, I think you mean she can file for social security retirement, not SSI (SSI is a welfare program for the poor, old or disabled).
"we were married for 16 + years we have one adult son from the marriage 30 years old now. ---- OK.
"we divorced in 05 Nov..she has not remarried. i have not remarried. i just was awarded Disability benifits monthly in June of 2015. ------ OK.
"she was married previously prior to our marriage with 3 children from the marriage for over 10 years can she draw from him ? ------ This first ex may very well be a source of eligibility for spousal benefits (divorced spousal benefits, yes)
"or me ? -------- She is also eligible under your work record as well. As such, if she is resorting to spousal benefit, she will pick the biggest amount she is eligible.
"and will she be eligible for higher payments if she is eligible to draw from me ? -------- Then logic says she will seek a benefit based on your work record, yes. Of course, at 62, if her own work record provides her with greater benefits, SSA requires that she take it.
"currently in receiving 1892.00 per month. they told her drawing on her own merits she would recive $876.00 per month id think she should receive much more drawing from my credits ? ------ Hmm, if the amount will be 35% of your PIA (primary insurance amount) and IF your PIA is your 1892, then her own will be greater at 876 vs. 662. But if she waits til her FRA (full retirement age), she can get 50% of your PIA, or $946. Waiting til at least one's FRA is always ideal.
Now, note that if she didn't collect until 70 (meaning, collect NOTHING), her own of 876 would grow by 32% to 1146. But of course that higher benefit rate comes at the price of no benefits at all until age 70.
Also, if one of her previous spouses passes away, she can file for a survivor benefit, the amount of which will depend on what age she decides to start collecting it, but it can be as much as 100% of either of yours.
(You can do that also, should she predecease you.)
let me know please what our options are ? thank you