Binding Superannuation Agreement
Hello John, A superannuation credit can only be paid to a person defined as viable under the law of superannuation, as defined here. Another person can normally designate his estate as a beneficiary, in which case the proceeds are paid to the estate after death and distributed in accordance with the will. If it happens without super-annuation, the superfund will have the ability to decide to whom it will be paid (on the basis of legitimate relatives) or can simply pay the balance (and any life insurance) to its estate. If he does not have a will, he is said to have died “intestate.” The way his estate is treated may be based on the law of the state in which he dies/resides. This is beyond my knowledge. It seems that he should consider getting legal advice as soon as possible. It will save you time and money if you reach an agreement without going to court. You also know exactly what each of you will have, while there is uncertainty when you go to court, that you are waiting for a bailiff to decide for you. In addition, lengthy court proceedings can increase stress and increase the pressure you and your family are experiencing. A consent decision is a written agreement that is approved by a court. Signing a draft order of consent means that you accept the orders and follow the conditions indicated in the document. When assent is pronounced, it has the same effect as a court order issued by a judicial officer at the end of a trial.
However, more recently, some pension funds, including autonomous pension funds (OSFS), have allowed a member of the Fund to introduce non-decrepit mandatory appointments. A non-decrepit mandatory appointment is the same as an ordinary mandatory appointment without the 3-year expiry date (i.e. it does not expire). Unlike personal property, retirement and retirement savings in the event of death are not paid for by a person`s will. . . .