Q. My deceased husband was a retired government employee. We have a notarized divorce agreement that he is giving me his annuities. I remarried before age 55 and did not get the survivors benefit. Will his intent to leave me his pension for our children, even when they are already adult, supersede marriage before 55? I have been divorced for 3 years, so can I be reinstated to collect an annuity?

Q. I am a dentist starting with the Federal Bureau of Prisons at age 43 with an age exemption. I have approximately 10 years of military years to buy back. If the mandatory retirement age of the BOP is 57, how can I retire from an agency in 20 years at age 63, add my military 10 years for a total of 30 years, and still receive the law enforcement 1.7 percent retirement calculation?

Q. I want to retire at age 60. How can I figure out what my Social Security will be from my estimated amount at age 62? I would think it would be better for the the Social Security Administration to give an estimate by going from how much you have actually earned up to that printed estimate date.

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