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I was married 27 yrs. to my first husband. Am i entital ed,

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I was married 27 yrs. to my first husband. Am i entital ed
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Customer: Can I
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Customer: Am I entitled to any benefits even if i married again. my first husband did not remarry and passed in 1989
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Social Security
Expert:  JudgeLaw replied 1 month ago.

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Unfortunately, if you remarried, that would cut off entitlement to benefits based on the first husband's social security account. It would not have been a problem if he had remarried, but you had not. But if you had remarried then you can not collect based on his account.

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Expert:  JudgeLaw replied 1 month ago.

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