A divorced spouse (B6/BR), surviving divorced spouse (D6/DC), or disabled surviving
divorced spouse (W6/WR) is never reduced for the maximum.
The benefits of other auxiliaries and survivors are reduced for the maximum, not taking
into account the divorced beneficiary.
EXAMPLE: A surviving divorced mother (E1) and two children are entitled to $101.90 each, based
on a PIA of $203.90 (Maximum $305.90). At age 60, E1 becomes entitled as D6 and is
paid outside the maximum. The benefits payable are $145.70 ($203.90 reduced 60 months)
to D6 and $152.90 to each child.