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Who can make a dependency claim?

As well as children or descendants, there are other people who may be eligible to make a dependency claim. These include:

  • Husbands, wives, civil partners or former husbands, wives and civil partners
  • Couples who have lived in the same home for at least two years
  • The parent of the person who has died or treated as a parent (e.g., stepparent)
  • Where the person who has died was married or in a civil partnership, any person they treated as a child or parent (such as a stepchild)
  • Siblings, aunts and uncles

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