What happens to Social Security after divorce occurs? Here’s a quick summary.
First, a divorced spouse who was married for at least ten years is entitled to the same Social Security spousal benefit as a married spouse. That is, he or she may receive up to 50 percent of the other spouse’s Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) as a spousal benefit.
by William F. Rainaldi, CFP®
Regional Vice President
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