More Information: Social Security Benefits
A couple must be married for at least 10 years before a spouse is eligible to receive any portion of the other spouse's Social Security benefits. What percentage, if any, of private pension benefits an ex-spouse might be entitled to would depend upon the laws of the state in which the couple live.
Nope, you may get alimony, but you are not entitled to his pension after divorce.
If you're in the US, generally you're entitled to half of the pension that accrued during the marriage.
in the philippine setting a married woman is entitled to her husband pension after they got married.
Benefits that go to the survivors. For example, if you had a pension plan, and you died, your surviving spouse might be entitled to some of your pension payments.
She is entitled to 50% of the portion of your Pension of the years you were married. For example, If you had a Pension fund for 7 years, prior to your marriage, then married for 11 years, she is entitled only to 50% of the portion of the Pension you acquired during the 11 years you were married, and not the 7 years of the Pension, prior to your marriage.
Only if designated in the decree.
The length of the marriage is what usually determines if a spouse or ex spouse is entitled to any pension benefits either private, SS or RRB.
The day you marry you are entitled to these benefits.
Not enough information is given in order to answer. Entitled to the spouse's pension under what circumstances? Death? Divorce? Sham marriage? Common-law marriage? Not only is more information needed, all pension benefits are going to be different depending on the type of pension it is (e.g.: union pension - private employer pension - government pension - military pension?) You should probably consult with legal counsel over this question as it can get quite complicated depending on the circumstances, just a few of which are enumerated above.
Depends on when the other person earned the pension, how long you were married and what state you live in.
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.
No you are not entitled to it , as it is his pension.
You must have been married 10 years.
You would know if you retired from the Navy. If you were discharged for a disability, you would be receiving disability pay. If you retired after 20 years, you would get a pension. There are benefits for all veterans, but they don't include a pension.
My husband took a payout back in ? when NCR first offered one. We were married for over 20 years but were divorced at the time, I am married again; he is not. was I entitled to any of that money. If so is there any chance of getting it now ?
That depends on the law in the country or state in which you are divorcing.
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NO and if it is that should be a crime.
In the US when you get divorced, your spouse is generally entitled to half of your pension that accured during the course of the marriage.
Can I reserve ex husband military retirement he remarried And was married 6 mounts and died I was married to him 20 years
If it is a defined pension plan where you get a monthly amount no. But the spouse is entitled to half of it or more when the prinary person of the plan dies. Unless they signed offon the pension survivor benefits.
Yes, if you are legally married, the survivor is usuallyentitled to continue to collect the pension. although at a reduced rate, than when the pensioner was alive. In certain cases, the pension dies with the person named in the paperwork. Check with the pension provider.what is considered legally married.is common law considered legalley married?
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Both parties' pension and retirement accounts are considered assets that are divided in the divorce agreement or trial, much like a bank account or piece of physical property. If you are awarded a portion of your husband's pension, you are entitled to it. If you are not awarded any part of it, you are not entitled to it.