Pension forfeiture and missing beneficiaries – a beginner’s guide
Many trust-based pension schemes have a rule that allows or requires the scheme to extinguish a person’s entitlement to benefits after a certain time limit (often six years). The law around using these rules has been hotly contested by litigants and carefully interpreted by judges over the years.
Aaron Zack’s article in PMI’s Pensions Aspects magazine looks at the key principles of pensions forfeiture.
Click here to download and read the full article on pp.24 – 25.