Who you can name as a beneficiary
Learn who you can name as a beneficiary to receive your pension benefit when you die.
Name your estate as your beneficiary
You can name your estate as a beneficiary. Your executor will be responsible for distributing your estate (including your pension benefit) according to the instructions provided in your will.
If you name your estate as your beneficiary but you die without a will, the court will appoint someone to administer your estate. This will cause delays in the payment of your pension benefit.
You may wish to speak with a lawyer or estate planner to discuss your options.
External links for beneficiaries
Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia
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