What does pension fund pro show in the event
of death and thereafter? A broad capacity
for sensitivity and readiness to pay out.
Surviving spouse's or surviving partner's pension
If an insured person dies, the surviving spouse has a statutory claim to a surviving spouse's pension equalling 60% of the disability or retirement pension. Under certain circumstances the divorced spouse is also eligible for a pension. At pension fund pro, a registered partnership that has been notified to pension fund pro is treated the same as a marriage. The employer can insure higher pensions.
Orphan's pensions generally fall due if an insured dies and is survived by children who are younger than 18. If the children have not yet finished their education, an orphan's pension can be paid until the age of 25. The statutory orphan's pension equals 20% of the disability or retirement pension per child. The employer can insure higher benefits.
Death lump sum
A death lump sum falls due if no surviving spouse's or surviving partner's pension must be paid or if an additional lump-sum payable at death has been insured.