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What will happen in the event of my death?

It is important to notify us of a death of a pensioner as soon as possible so we can stop pension payments and to prevent any overpayment of pension. Please contact us on the details below, ensuring you provide the following details:

  •  The pensioner's name
  •  Their date of death
  •  Their National Insurance Number and/or 9 digit pension reference
  •  Details of any surviving spouse/partner/dependent children
  •  Name and address of solicitor/executor dealing with their estate.

We will also ask for a photocopy of the full death certificate for our records, which can be posted or emailed to us.

Once we have been informed of the death of a pensioner we will close their record to prevent further payments being made.

If the member has left a surviving dependant we will issue a form to them and once returned to us it will allow us to determine death benefits payable. Additional documents we will need when returning this form are marriage/civil partnership certificate, dependants' birth certificate(s) and the member's death certificate if it hasn't already been sent to us.

Death Nomination Form

Contact Information:

Police and Fire Payroll Department
Scottish Public Pensions Agency
7 Tweedside Park
Tweedbank
Galashiels
TD1 3TE

Telephone: 01896 893080

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Link to Scottish Government Website