Married couples who have been together for many years may find they have been through too much to leave it all behind after divorce.
These feelings and reminiscent thoughts are what drive divorced couples back to each other to rekindle the passion and love they lost.
Therefore, since I wouldn’t like it, I don’t think I should do it to someone else.
Isn’t there anyone else you can find to go out with?
If you are eligible for retirement benefits on your own record and divorced spouse’s benefits, we will pay the retirement benefit first.
If the benefit on your ex-spouse’s record is higher, you will get an additional amount on your ex-spouse’s record so that the combination of benefits equals that higher amount.
If your ex-spouse has not applied for retirement benefits, but can qualify for them, you can receive benefits on their record if you have been divorced for at least two years.Note: Your benefit as a divorced spouse is equal to one-half of your ex-spouse's full retirement amount (or disability benefit) if you start receiving benefits at your full retirement age.The benefits do not include any delayed retirement credits your ex-spouse may receive.Note: If you were born before January 2, 1954 and have already reached full retirement age, you can choose to receive only the divorced spouse’s benefit and delay receiving your retirement benefit until a later date.If your birthday is January 2, 1954 or later, the option to take only one benefit at full retirement age no longer exists.