Can an ex-spouse receive SSI from deceased ex-husband if they were married twice and the amount of time was more than 10 years.?

Other answer:

Homer:
ssi (supplemental security income) is not social security… ssi is a federal welfare benefit… it does not pay dependents or survivors… it pays benefits only to a person age 65 or older (ssi aged) or to people who are disabled with limited income/resources…

you are talking about social security benefits… it doesn't matter how numerous times a person has been married… if a person was married for at least ten years before being divorced they might be entitled to benefits on the deceased spouse if they didn't remarry before age 60 (and are still married) and if they don't receive a benefit on their own account which is higher… if a person remarries after entitlement it doesn't end entitlement to widow's benefits although it does end entitlement to a live spouse's benefit…

a divorced spouse's entitlement doesn't affect the amount of any other benefit of anyone else who may be entitled on the account… divorced spouse's benefits are computed as though other spouses don't exist… current spouses or otherwise…

the 10 year duration of marriage requirement applies only to the divorced… otherwise the duration of marriage requirement is one year in life cases; 9 months in death cases…

Linda R:
Only if the deceased NEVER remarried.
Willie:
No one gets the SSI from someone that dies.
Mortal Dimunitive:
No once they remarried its null and void
Judy:
SSI, no, they'd have to qaulify on their own. But I"m guessing that you're talking About social security, which is completely different from SSI which is a welfare program. Might be able to – contact your social security office.
A Hunch:
SSI is welfare. It stands for Supplement Security Income. It's for low income individuals who have a disability or are elderly.

Do you mean SSDI? SSDI is Social Security Disability. It's long term disability benefits that are paid via your own SSA record.

There is also standard Social Security income. This is a government pension based on your social security employment taxes. If you were married to him for more than 10 years at a time (not total), you could be eligible for his SS.
= just because you married the same man twice, you don't get special benefits over someone who was married to multiple people for the same period of time.

Judith:
SSI (supplemental security income) is NOT social security. SSI is a federal welfare benefit. It does not pay dependents or survivors. It pays benefits ONLY to a person age 65 or older (SSI Aged) or to people who are disabled with limited income/resources.

You are talking about social security benefits. It doesn't matter how many times a person has been married. If a person was married for at least ten years before being divorced they might be entitled to benefits on the deceased spouse IF they didn't remarry before age 60 (and are still married) and if they don't receive a benefit on their own account which is higher. If a person remarries after entitlement it doesn't end entitlement to widow's benefits although it does end entitlement to a live spouse's benefit.

A divorced spouse's entitlement doesn't affect the amount of any other benefit of anyone else who may be entitled on the account. Divorced spouse's benefits are computed as though other spouses don't exist. Current spouses or otherwise.

The 10 year duration of marriage requirement applies ONLY to the divorced. Otherwise the duration of marriage requirement is one year in life cases; 9 months in death cases.

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