BENEFICIARIES IN THE EVENT OF DEATH

Old-age or disability pensions can be transferred to a beneficiary when the holder of the pension dies. Learn how it is distributed and what are the steps that you as a beneficiary must follow for your claim. If in doubt, you should consult the pension administrator.

  • Disability, Old Age and Death Regime (IVM)
  • The surviving spouse in a condition of economic dependence of the deceased person. In addition, you must show that the coexistence was continuously and under the same roof. 
  • The surviving spouse, in the event of de facto or judicial separation, who demonstrates economic dependence, or who received alimony. 
  • The partner who has lived together for at least three years in a condition of economic dependency (regardless of whether the people are of the same or different sex). 
  • In the absence of a spouse, partner or companion, the person who has maintained a public, notorious, unique, stable and continuous relationship with the insured deceased, for at least three years, in different residences, and that the only income that the survivor received came from of the deceased, regardless of whether they are persons of the same or different sex. 
  • The divorced person from the insured deceased who, at the time of death, received alimony from the deceased, issued by final judgment. 
  • Children who at the time of death were financially dependent on the deceased person and who are also in any of the following conditions: 1) unmarried children under 18 years of age; 2) those under 25 years of age, who are single and students; 3) the disabled, regardless of their marital status; 4) in the absence of the spouse, the children over 55 years of age, unmarried, who lived with the deceased, provided that they do not enjoy alimony, are not salaried and do not have other means of subsistence, due to physical, mental or social limitations . 
  • The parents, in the absence of beneficiaries of widowhood or orphanhood, in a condition of economic dependence, due to physical, mental or social limitations. 
  • People who have lavished the care of parents of the deceased insured, in the absence of parents entitled to a pension. 
  • Siblings in economic dependence, in the absence of a widow, partner, children or biological parents by descent with the right to a pension, and who meet the conditions indicated for an orphan’s pension. 
  • Regime of the National Magisterium
  • Surviving spouse or domestic partner. 
  • Minor children, adult single students, with declared disability, single children over 55 years of age who are economically dependent. 
  • Parents or dependent siblings of the deceased.
  • Surviving spouse or domestic partner. 
  • Minor children, single adults, students, with declared disability, single children over 55 years of age who are economically dependent.
  • Parents
  • Siblings (minors or invalids)
  • Power of attorney
  • Pensions charged to the National Budget
  • Supplementary pension scheme

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