Subsidy for families
Protection of financial needs following the death of the person that triggered the entitlement.
The deceased or missing person, whose death triggers the right to entitlement.
Evidence must be provided regarding the contribution period, which varies based on the employment status of the deceased and the cause of death:
No previous contribution period is required when the cause of death is attributable to a work-related accident or occupational disease.
Temporary allowance, paid in a maximum of twelve monthly payments and two special payments, is calculated by applying 20% of the corresponding base pension, which varies depending on the employment status of the deceased on the date of death and the cause of death.
The allowance is paid from the first day of the month following the date of application.
The allowance is paid on a monthly basis, with two special payments in June and November.
|Compatibility / Incompatibility:||
The allowance is incompatible if the beneficiary has a certain income level or is in receipt of any public pension.
The maximum duration of the allowance is 12 months.
Survivor's Benefits Application.
The documents listed on the application form.
|Where it is processed:|
Acknowledgement of the right to the allowance is the responsibility of the National Social Security Institute, or the Social Marine Institute, for seafarers. When death is due to a work-related injury, by the Mutual Society Partnering with Social Security.
|Other important information:||
- Application to Correct a Working Life Report
- Consult the status of an application for a report
- Digital certificates
- Electronic Application
- European Health Card
- Income Declaration for Over-18s
- Limited Working Life Report
- Online/phone Notifications
- Register of Attorneys
- Social Security Offices
- What is happening with my benefit?
- Working Calendar
- Working Life Report