Understanding Social Security's 10-year rules for ex-spouse benefits

12/10/2012 | InvestmentNews (free registration)

Divorced individuals can collect Social Security benefits on a former spouse if they were married for 10 years, Mary Beth Franklin writes. In order to collect, the former spouse must either be unmarried or wait until age 60 to remarry, and he or she can collect benefits from only one spouse.

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