If you want to change your personal details, you can do so by filling in an address change form or change of bank details form and returning it to us either by post or by scanning it and sending it to our email address (address and email address can be found at the bottom of this page). Or, you can log into ‘My Pension Online‘ and change your details through the online system.
An eligible cohabiting partner is a partner you are living with who, at the date of your death, has met all of the following conditions for a continuous period of at least 2 years:
Your partner is financially dependent on you if you have the highest income. Financially interdependent means that you rely on your joint finances to support your standard of living. It doesn't mean that you need to be contributing equally. For example, if your partner's income is a lot more than yours, he or she may pay the mortgage and most of the bills, and you may pay for the weekly shopping.
On your death, a survivor's pension would be paid to your cohabiting partner if:
You are not required to complete a form to nominate a cohabiting partner for entitlement to a cohabiting partner's pension. However, you can provide your pension fund administrator with your cohabiting partner's details the form can be found here
You have to paid into the LGPS on or after 1 April 2008 for a pension to be payable to your eligible cohabiting partner.