Ask an Advisor: I am 61. My former husband died last year. We were married for over 10 years but ultimately divorced. Am I entitled to apply for any Social Security survivor’s benefits?
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Ask an Advisor: I haven’t been happy in my marriage since before COVID. I’m mentally prepared to file for divorce, but unsure how to prepare myself financially. What should I do next?
Ask an Advisor: I was married for 28 years before divorcing. I’m 60 now and never remarried. My ex died 3 years ago when he was 65. Can I apply for widow(er) benefits now, and when I turn 67, switch to my own? I was the higher earner.
Ask an Advisor: My wife and I are getting divorced. She wants an unfair amount of child support. She only reports half of her income at tax time, and her lawyer claims she’s entitled. What should I do?
Ask an Advisor: I was married for well over 10 years, and now divorced for just over 2 years. Can I collect on my spouse’s Social Security even if they are not?
Ask an Advisor: I’m a 58-year-old woman getting divorced. My husband managed our finances and I need help. Should I hire a financial advisor?
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