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What happens if you are receiving a widows pension when your husband passes away, and then you remarry please advise, as my state pension was insufficient as I paid a reduced stamp for part of my working life, my husband passed away 6 years ago please advise thank you
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For 401K's and other retirement investments it's a matter of doing a rollover to an IRA account. But actual pensions are much different vehicles with Federal Regulations they …are based on time that one serves with a company.............. A company human resources officer should if not already provide you with data about time per investment laws as to what in pension earnings you have earned to date. In this their most be disclosure information about retirement and investment regulations that apply both federally or state depending on the conditions of leaving a job if not a 1-800 or other business contact number via the financial services party managing the pension fund to make inquiry. Pensions are very rare trait for retirement benefits today and highly valued as the weight more protection and guarantees towards the worker in comparison toward other retirement benefit plans. Unfortunately, the're more costly for a company and most cases dumped in a chapter 11 or 13 filing per request and permission by a judge. The most important vehicles to maintain a pension is inquiry depends upon two options obtaining proper register of right and document of time serviced the amount of pension - leaving it with the company to secure via the funding mangers but that may change if reorganization or sales of the company occur or if permissible and the allowable amount of time for enabling re-application in other financial services takeover where you must make provisions to have secured the amounts for another authorized investment management firm that you pay administrative fees. This option are restricted again pending any additional states laws, the origin or charter of the pension restrictions pending the time it was written and what laws securing it grandfather clause that may prohibit securing but the responsibility of retention - in some states or some federal mandates protects a workers retirement investment why I state some states as some where co-chartered pending if you live in a right to work state or a state the supports unions. If in a union with your company it's very favorable to inquire with unions as some may have the weight and authority to co-secure your pension for you as long as you maintain union fees on a continuous bases. Pensions do vary region to region - it would be wise to inquire not only with the companies human resources but also a professional retirement investment advisory - as also special considerations must be taken pending the nature how you are leaving your job- voluntary or involuntary and special guidelines in case of company closure especially if relocation to outsourcing abroad - may alter your options.
Yes, 8 years ago
If you are talking about "Selena Quintanilla-Pérez" husband then: Yes he did!!!! His name is "Chris Pérez." He married: Vanessa Villanueva (? - present) and they have 2 …children. He was married to Selena from: (April 2, 1992 - March 31, 1995) (her death) Go to this site and see a picture of the whole family: http://www.latingossip.com/chisme/chris-perez-vs-venessa-villanueva-perez.html By the one and only Cuddles aka Chio
Yes, He remarried in 1992
Yes, in many cases the husband may have to pay alimony if he remarries. However, is some cases if his ex wife remarries the ex husband may be lucky enough not to have to pay a…limony. Depending on what the agreement was during the divorce you will need to seek legal counsel. The remarriage of the husband has no effect whatsoever on his alimony obligation. You need to review the court orders.
Selena Quintanillas husband did remarry, but his new wife filed for divorce in 2008.
well actually he didn't after Selena died he still never remarried another woman he loved selena. he did got remarried to another woman named vanessa villanueva and had two k…ids name Cassie and Noah. but they are in the middle of a divorce right now.
Yes, and in a growing number of states, when she just lives with the man. it depends. if this is military. and the court awards you retirement pension you will receive this fo…r the rest of your life plus COLA (cost of living allowances) and you can remarry. cause it is awarded as martial property ...meaning it is yours . So you get it until he dies. or you. The alimony maybe different based on orders. in most if you remarry yes. child support no...but also maybe if the judge says once you receive the award it maybe diminshed or in most cases if you are awarded permanent alimony then you receive it until you remarry. the former spouses act protects this and awards it as marital property so he can't cancel it. it is your income for the time you served to the service under him as sponsored in many case some of the wives are also service members or government contractors and benefits are only given under this sponsorship so it is only right that you receive a retirement pension from the government cause you earned it. And in most cases it is not easy to have a retirement cause he or she controls the finances and they might be bad and take from yours. so in all if you want to remarry you can cause it is your retirement and not his. just make sure the second husband or wife is having their own and they are not aloud unless it is for children etc. or it is better to get life insurance .and put them on beneficiary
There is a great chance that you will you lose your deceased husbands retirement if you remarry. States handle this issue differently.
Like most legal questions the answer is maybe. You don't say thestate and in some state you might not. In most states if thepension was divided by a court order called a quali…fied domesticrelations order QDRO for short you would have your interest in theretirement funds earned by your spouse just like your spouse would.Your remarriage would have no bearing on it. Depending on the orderyou may even be entitled to part of his death benefit even if heremarried. Generally your share of the spouses retirement is afraction that is the product of 1/2 of his share earned duringmarriage. But it doesn't have to be. You can agree to just aboutanything. .
In most cases, a deceased spouse's pension is lost if the other spouse remarries. Each plan is different so it is best to read the specific policy or consult with your att…orney.
Yes, a Muslim woman can remarry her ex-husband after the first divorce and second divorce. However, after the third divorce she can marry him again only after she got married …and divorced from another man. َQur'an says (Meaning English translation): "Divorce is twice. Then, either keep [her] in an acceptable manner or release [her] with good treatment. And it is not lawful for you to take anything of what you have given them unless both fear that they will not be able to keep [within] the limits of Allah. But if you fear that they will not keep [within] the limits of Allah, then there is no blame upon either of them concerning that by which she ransoms herself. These are the limits of Allah, so do not transgress them. And whoever transgresses the limits of Allah - it is those who are the wrongdoers. And if he has divorced her [for the third time], then she is not lawful to him afterward until [after] she marries a husband other than him. And if the latter husband divorces her [or dies], there is no blame upon the woman and her former husband for returning to each other if they think that they can keep [within] the limits of Allah. These are the limits of Allah, which He makes clear to a people who know. " (2:229-230) Refer to discussion area for more information.
Whether or not you have worked during your lifetime and earned Social Security, you may qualify for benefits on a spouse's record. This is the case even if you are divorced or… widowed. As with regular Social Security benefits, you will qualify beginning at age 62 (you may qualify earlier for survivor benefits, which is explained below). Typically, the amount you receive is reduced the earlier you start collecting before full retirement age. So when you and your spouse apply matters. Here's how it works. If You Do Not Qualify for Benefits on Your Own If you did not work enough in your life to qualify for Social Security benefits on your own, you could get one half of your spouse's full retirement benefit once you reach full retirement age, and you will qualify for your spouse's Medicare at age 65. This does not affect the amount your spouse receives. You can begin collecting spousal benefits at age 62, if your spouse has applied for benefits at that point. The amount of your benefit is reduced based on the number of months until you will reach full retirement age. Say your full retirement age is 66. If you begin collecting spousal benefits:
What, exactly, is meant by "widow's pension?" Without further information that is impossible to answer. It all depends on the provisions of the particular pension plan or syst…em which is paying you. If you are currently entitled to this pension by virtue of being married to the deceased who earned this pension during his lifetime, as his surviving widow, you will probably not have to forfeit it. However, if you are collecting it solely by virtue of the fact that is a subsistence income meant as support for the survivor of a prematurely deceased breadwinner, then you may have to forfeit it once you re-marry and, assumedly, become financially whole again. All pension and annuity plans are different and you must consult with an attorney who practices in this specialized area for a definitive answer.