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What does the orphan’s pension consist of?
The orphan’s pension is an economic benefit that consists of a temporary pension that is granted to the children of the deceased and those contributed by their spouse, provided they meet the required requirements, with the sole objective of protecting the situation of economic need caused for the death of the person originating the benefit.
Why process the orphan’s pension here?
Although anyone can process the orphan’s pension independently and on their own, thanks to the mechanisms set up by Social Security for all citizens, going to a professional offers the following advantages and guarantees.
Security and tranquility
The orphan’s pension is a milestone that is requested once in a lifetime and that, due to the unpleasant circumstances for which it is requested, normally the person who wishes to process it is a minor or is not emotionally prepared to carry out said management, giving rise to much restlessness. It is quite common that, in addition, the orphan’s pension is the only income available to it, hence the need for speed and efficiency. Finally, the extemporaneous processing has very important economic repercussions. The security offered by the processing by a professional constitutes a more than valid and real guarantee to obtain and obtain the benefit that the orphan’s pension entails.
Savings and comfort
You do not need to go anywhere to manage the orphan’s pension. Through our experts in this type of area, you will receive all the necessary information by phone to request and process the orphan’s pension. In addition, all the necessary documentation that you must provide us will be collected through a courier that we will send to your address. As you can see, we take care of absolutely everything. In this way, you will not only save time, but also travel.
Affordable for all people
Both short-term and long-term costs are the most affordable on the market. The amount of the procedure is not relevant, if the necessary time that you should spend obtaining the necessary information, requesting an appointment, traveling, etc. is considered. In many cases, waiting the shift at the Social Security office takes a long time, and there are countless times that you must return with additional documentation. Similarly, if you go to a labor lawyer when the pension has already been resolved and it is wrong, the only way left will be the previous claim and subsequent demand with the extra economic cost.
The numerous variations that intervene when processing the orphan’s pension is due to the enormous number of different cases that usually occur. Each management is different and all factors must be taken into account so that the economic benefit to be charged is the maximum possible. Forgetting certain information or documentation can be crucial. For this reason, we take care of carefully analyzing each case and investigating the working life of the deceased in order to obtain the best orphan’s pension possible for their children.
Deaths in Spain
In Spain there are around 425,000 deaths a year. We have the best specialists in processing the orphan’s pension and we accredit a long and proven experience that supports our work.
Who can get the orphan’s pension?
The orphan’s pension can be requested by those under 21 years of age whose parents or guardians have died having contributed to the Social Security system, and who also meet a series of requirements. It is necessary to differentiate between Causers and Beneficiaries.
As a general rule, the causes are deceased persons who are integrated into the General Social Security Regime, affiliated and registered or in a situation similar to that of registration, who meet the minimum period of contribution required.
As a general rule, the beneficiaries of the orphan’s pension are the children of the deceased and, in certain circumstances, those provided by the surviving spouse, provided they meet a series of requirements and age.
What are the requirements and terms of the orphan’s pension?
Orphan’s pension requirements
If the death is prior to 1-1-2008, it will be necessary to prove a contribution period, which will vary according to the deceased’s employment situation and the cause that determines the death:
- In discharge or situation assimilated to discharge, 500 days within an uninterrupted period of 5 years immediately prior to death or 15 years throughout the entire working life.
- Not high: 15 years throughout the entire working life.
- Pensioners: No contribution period is required.
If the death is after 1-1-2008 and the deceased was in discharge or a situation assimilated to discharge, no prior contribution period is required. Nor is a prior contribution period required, when death occurs as a consequence of an accident or occupational disease.
The children of the deceased deceased may be beneficiaries of the orphan’s pension and, in certain circumstances, those contributed by the surviving spouse who are:
- Persons under 21 years of age or older disabled with a degree of absolute permanent disability or major disability.
- Over 21 years of age and under 25 years of age, when they do not carry out work for their own account or that of others or, when doing so, the income obtained is less than the interprofessional minimum wage that is set at all times. If the orphan was studying If he turns 25 during the course of the school year, the perception of the orphan’s pension will remain until the first day of the month immediately after the start of the following academic year.
In the case of simple orphanhood, that is, when one of the parents survives, the age limit of 25 years will be applied gradually, until its full implementation in January 2014.
Terms of orphan’s pension
There is no deadline for submitting the application and obtaining the orphan’s pension: can be requested whenever you want, even after months or years have passed since the deceased’s death. However, it is advisable to do it as soon as the deceased dies in order to obtain the economic benefit immediately.
As for the resolution of the file depends on each case and how complicated it is and the variables involved. The administration indicates a maximum of 90 days to resolve the file. However, in 13 days or less you can get your orphan pension thanks to the work of our experts.
When the deceased is registered, assimilated to registration or not, the benefit begins to be charged the day after the date of the causal event, when the request is submitted within 3 months of the date of death.
When the deceased is pensioners, the benefit begins to be received on the first day of the month following the date of the causal event, when the request is submitted within 3 months of the date of death.
When the application is submitted outside the 3 months following the date of death, it will be accrued with a maximum retroactivity of 3 months from the application date.
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How to calculate the orphan’s pension?
The economic benefit of the orphan’s pension is calculated applying the percentage of 20% to the corresponding regulatory base, this being different according to the employment situation of the deceased on the date of death and the cause determined by the death.
When neither of the parents survives, the benefits corresponding to the absolute orphan will be increased, according to the situation in question, in the established amounts.
The sum of death and survival pensions will be limited to 100 percent of the causal entity’s regulatory base, with exceptions.
The pension is paid monthly, with two extraordinary payments in the months of June and November, except for occupational accident and illness pensions, which are divided between the twelve ordinary monthly payments.
The pension has guaranteed minimum amounts and is revalued at the beginning of each year. When the orphan is under 18 years of age, the orphan’s pension will be paid to whoever is in charge of it and, directly to the orphan, when the orphan reaches 18 years of age. The pension is exempt from taxation for the purposes of Personal Income Tax (IRPF).
Average in euros of the benefit
In Spain, the average benefit charged for an orphan’s pension is 381,06 € if all requirements are met. Our specialists always get the best possible financial benefit.
Testimonies about the orphan’s pension
I lost my parents in just over 3 years. I was a teenager and I had to go live with my grandparents. The orphan’s pension has allowed me to study medicine. I want to help find a cure for cancer.
I grew up with my father since I was a baby, but he passed away when I was 8 years old. My uncles took care of me and thanks to the orphan’s pension I have been able to continue helping them financially.
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