How can I find out if my ex-husbands benefits are higher than mine? I am 64 and 2 months. He'll be 64 in December. He lives out of state, GA or NC, I believe. I know his social and DOB. We were married for 13 years.
Unless he's willing to tell you, you would likely have to ask Social Security. They can't tell you how much he receives due to the privacy act, but they should be able to tell you if you could potentially qualify for divorced spousal benefits, and if so how much.
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