Anw survivor benefit
You live with more than one other adult
If you share a house with more than one other adult, we will determine whether you are "living with a partner" or single.
The SVB considers that you are living with a partner if you live in the same house as one other adult who is not your child, and
- you share the household costs or
- look after each other.
We will then treat you as a person who is living with a partner, and you will not be able to receive an Anw survivor benefit.
The SVB will treat you as a single person if:
- you do not share the household costs with any other adult, and you and another adult do not look after each other.
you live with more than one other adult (not including children of yours) and you all share the household costs or take care of each other.