Divorce and pension
This part of the divorce is often forgotten by ex-partners, as they think it is not important. However, the contrary is true. The law states that in the event of divorce (Note: not cohabitation) the old age pension accrued during the marriage must be equalised (read: divided). This does not happen at the time of the divorce itself, but when the ex-partners actually retire.
Divorce and pension Breda
If a (special) survivor’s pension (i.e. a pension upon death) has been accrued during the marriage for the partner, this pension will remain reserved by the pension company for that other partner after the divorce. The ex-partners are free to derogate from the statutory provisions, provided that they are in agreement on this point. This may be interesting in many cases, for instance if there is a large age gap between the ex-partners or if a self-administered pension has been accrued up in the company of one of the partners. Naturally we can keep you informed you about the different options and we will cooperate with a pension specialist, if required.
Contact details for pension and divorce Breda
If you want to know more about the consequences of divorce for your pension, please contact us by calling us at 00 31 85 300 1070 or mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be pleased to help you in any way.Terug