Children over 25 years old and brothers/sisters over 22 years old, single, widowed, legally separated or divorced who, without meeting the conditions to be pension recipients, meet the requirements:
- To have lived with the originating contributor at his/her expense 2 years before his/her death or since the death of the family member they lived with, if it occurred during that period.
- Not to be entitled to a public pension.
- To have no means of subsistence, as their financial income is equal to or less than the minimum wage, and to have no family members who are obliged to and can support them
According to articles 142 and 143 of the Civil Code, spouses, parents and descendants are obliged to "support each other"; borthers and sisters are obliged only to provide each other with the "assistance required to live", and are therefore exempt from the obligation to support their siblings.