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How can I find out what benefits I would receive if I draw Social Security on my ex-husband's work record? We were married 24 years and have been divorced 16 years.

En español | In order to find out how much your ex-spouse benefit would be, contact the Social Security Administration. You will not have to provide your ex-spouse's Social Security number, but you must have your marriage license and divorce decree. Your ex-spouse does not have to have claimed yet in order for you to receive benefits but he does have to be at least age 62.

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