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Can Divorced Spouse's Benefits Continue After Remarriage?
(Posted January 6, 2012)
Question 848: Can I draw my Divorced Spouse benefit under Railroad Retirement now that I've remarried?
Answer: Your Divorced Spouse's benefit ends with the month before your remarriage.
You should notify the Railroad Retirement Board immediately to avoid a large bill for overpayment. Their toll-free number is (877) 772-5772.
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