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Breaking up.

Breaking up and your pension.

Are you divorced? Has your registered partnership ended? Or are you not cohabiting anymore? This could have consequences for your pension.It's important to know what arrangements to make. 

Divorce or end of registered partnership

Divorce or end of registered partnership

After divorce or termination of the registered partnership, your ex-partner is entitled to part of the old-age pension and partner’s pension. 

End of cohabitation

End of cohabitation

If you are no longer cohabiting, your ex-partner is entitled to a partner’s pension. You can agree to waive this right together. 

What does a divorce mean for your pension?

What does a divorce mean for your pension?

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Reporting your break-up

When you break up, lots of things will have to be arranged. Like the apportionment of your pension. Upload your divorce papers or waiver of special partner’s pension.