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My wife who is disabled as has not worked enough for social security benefits is divorcing me. When she and I reach retirement age, how is my social security, which she can claim on, distributed. Does each party get the full amount?, meaning the Govt would pay twice as much, or is it divided 50/50. I expect it is the latter, but I need to be sure about this. Also, if it is the former, when retirement age is reached, could I make a legal agreement now to give her my half then, in exchange for a better settlement now. I was told in a recent post that it can't be legally transferred as such, but maybe it can be done this way.
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