Can a surviving spouse may qualify for pension, compensation, or dependency and indemnity compensation?
A surviving spouse may qualify for pension, compensation, or dependency and indemnity compensation if the marriage to the veteran occurred before or during his or her service or, if married to him or her after his or her separation from service.
The pension may be paid to a surviving spouse who was married to the veteran: (1) One year or more prior to the veteran's death, or (2) For any period of time if a child was born of the marriage, or was born to them before the marriage, or (3) Prior to applicable delimiting dates.
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