Pension for the loss of bread-winner

In case of the loss of the bread-winner invalid members of a family of the died supporter, living on his expense have the right to pension.

As invalid members of a family are considered:

Children, brothers, sisters and grandchildren under 16 years or older if they became invalids before 16 years. Thus brothers, sisters and grandchildren in conditions if they have no able-bodied parents;

The father, the mother, the stepfather, the stepmother, the wife, the husband if they have reached a pension age provided by article 7, or are invalids I or II groups;

One of parents, or spouses, or the grandfather, the grandmother, the brother or sister, irrespective of age and ability to work capacity if he (she) is engaged in taking care of children, brothers, sisters or grandchildren of the died supporter before their achievement of age of 3 years, and does not work;

The grandfather and the grandmother in the absence of persons who are obliged them to provide them according to the Law.

Pupils have the right to pension in case of loss of the bread-winner before their achievement of 18-year age.

The minors having the right to pension in case of loss of the bread-winner, maintain this right until  their adoption.

The stepson and the stepdaughter if they do not receive the alimony from parents, have the right to pension together with native children.

The stepfather and the stepmother have the right to pension together with the father and mother in case if they brought up and supported a died stepson (stepdaughter) not less than 5 years before their achievement of 18-year age.

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