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Will you lose your deceased husbands retirement if you remarry?
There is a great chance that you will you lose your deceased husbands retirement if you remarry. States handle this issue differently.
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what age can a wife draw her husband retirement that he have on his job he is decease now
If a husband that's pre-deceased by a first wife remarries and dies but does not remove the pre-deceased wife's name from the deed does the couple's children have claim or the new surviving spouse?
Both. The property would be in his estate and intestacy laws would apply.
Yes, there are many individuals who remarry after being divorced. Hopefully, if you decide to do this, you will both make it work. Best wishes!! how they can remarry on which …basis
What happens if you are receiving a widows pension when your husband passes away, and then you remarry please advise, as my state pension was insufficient as I paid a reduced …stamp for part of my working life, my husband passed away 6 years ago please advise thank you
Does your ex-husband have to be deceased in order to draw from his Social Security even though he is remarried?
No. You are eligible to draw retirement benefits against a living ex-spouse's work record if you are at least 62 years old, were married 10 years or more, are not currently ma…rried, and your ex-spouse is entitled to receive benefits. If you ex-spouse is not entitled to receive benefits, you may still be able to entitled to compensation if, in addition to the requirements mentioned above, your ex-spouse is at least 62 years old and you have been divorced for two or more consecutive years.
Can a woman collect any of first ex-husband retirement after being married for 13 years and she remarry?
It probably depends on what state you are in and the circumstances of the divorce. If you left him for any reason beyond abuse and adultery (on his part) then chances are you …won't be able to collect his retirement. Now if he was abusing you or cheating on you then yes you should have some legal right to his retirement. Usually paid in a lump sum, not over a period of time.
If your husband dies and you remarry a retired man with military insurance for you and your son to be on his military plan does he have to live with you?
I think as long as you guys are married and your incomes are consolidated then it doesn't matter if he lives with you or not because you become his beneficiaries as well. Howe…ver, if you need money now for something like medical/financial bills, you can always have him just take out a loan from militaryloans.com they offer really great loans at really low rates to military personnel and vets.
If she remarries after age 62, the best case of her present husband and the deceased one is used to determine the pension.
Your husband passed away in 1993 and you have since remarried What is your proper relationship with the sister of your deceased husband?
she is still your sister-in-law unless you got a divorce from your husband before he died if you feel comfortble hanging out with her then you should it doesnt matter what rel…ationship you have with her or if you are related to her if you get along with her and like her then hang out with her
Yes, and in a growing number of states, when she just lives with the man. it depends. if this is military. and the court awards you retirement pension you will receive this fo…r the rest of your life plus COLA (cost of living allowances) and you can remarry. cause it is awarded as martial property ...meaning it is yours . So you get it until he dies. or you. The alimony maybe different based on orders. in most if you remarry yes. child support no...but also maybe if the judge says once you receive the award it maybe diminshed or in most cases if you are awarded permanent alimony then you receive it until you remarry. the former spouses act protects this and awards it as marital property so he can't cancel it. it is your income for the time you served to the service under him as sponsored in many case some of the wives are also service members or government contractors and benefits are only given under this sponsorship so it is only right that you receive a retirement pension from the government cause you earned it. And in most cases it is not easy to have a retirement cause he or she controls the finances and they might be bad and take from yours. so in all if you want to remarry you can cause it is your retirement and not his. just make sure the second husband or wife is having their own and they are not aloud unless it is for children etc. or it is better to get life insurance .and put them on beneficiary
Don't worry about your passed husband, he'll love you no matter what! I'll bet he's taking it in a good way. He will be watching over you to make sure you will get the life yo…u truly deserve, which includes getting a great new husband! It's okay to move on, because it isn't called cheating in a situation like this.
Yes, He remarried in 1992
In State Laws
As per law, the wife has all the right to withdraw her deceased husbands retirement without any penalties. It is her legal right - as long as the husband is actually deceased.…
The answer to this is Yes!
I am not sure what your talking about but let me try to answer this. If the wife divorced the man before he died then no she would not be entitled to his pension. It does not …matter if she remarried or not.