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Divorced Spouse's Benefit
(Posted November 28, 2012)
Question 928: Are there any exceptions to the 10-year marriage requirement that a divorced spouse must meet in order to receive a Railroad Retirement benefit?
Answer: There are no exceptions to the 10-year rule.
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