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How to claim epf amount after death of the subscriber if nomination not updated after mutual divorce without children? Is there any specific process requires?
From India, Bengaluru
Claimant is the mother of the deceased.
From India, Bengaluru
EPFO may require Legal Heirship certificate. N Nataraajhan, Sakthi Management Services (Hp : + 91 94835 17402 ; E-mail : [email protected])
From India, Bangalore
The following documents are required.
(a)Death certificate, in case the application is by the nominee/surviving family members or their guardian/legal heirs after the death of the member.
(b)Guardianship certificate issued by a competent court of law, if the application is preferred by a guardian other than the natural guardian of minor member/nominee/family member/legal heir.
(c)Copy of blank/cancelled cheque so that the payment may be sent through electronic mode in the claimant’s account.
(d)Form 5(IF)for claiming the benefits under the Employees’ Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme, in case:(i)The member had died while in service,(ii)The establishment under which the member was working at the time of death was un-exempted under the EDLI Scheme as on his date of death.
(e)Form 10Dfor claiming the Pension benefits, in case:(i)The claimant is a family member (Spouse/child below 25 years age as on date of death of member)(ii)Nominee for Pension, in case the member had no family and had nominated such nominee for Pension(iii)Dependent Parents, in case the member had no family at the time of his/her death and had not nominated any one for Pension.
(f)Form 10Cfor withdrawal Benefit, in case the member had died after 58 years of age and had not completed 10 years of service as on date of crossing 58 years age.

From India, Madras
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