If the marriage has not been terminated through death, divorce, or annulment, then it is still a legal marriage. It appears that the "correct" answer here would be "married."
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If they are technically married, she is married for purposes of that form.
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Technically married ==> equals .... LEGALLY MARRIED .. there is no other way to view this situation.
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