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Relationship changes

It is important to let the APSS know when your relationships or other personal circumstances change, especially if the change means you will have a new identity, address, and/or additional or new beneficiaries.

Login or call SuperPhone on 1300 360 373 to update us on the change and for help with any additional actions you might need to take.

Getting married or starting a de facto relationship

If you have changed your name, address or other details, you can simply notify us by calling SuperPhone on 1300 360 373. Consider whether you wish to nominate (or change) the beneficiaries for your APSS benefit in the event of your death.

Starting or growing a family

If you have a child, consider whether you wish to nominate (or change) the beneficiaries for your APSS benefit in the event of your death.

Separating or getting divorced

If you are getting separated or divorced, you should review and update any beneficiaries you have nominated for your APSS benefit in the event of your death. If you have changed your name, address or other details, you can notify us by calling SuperPhone on 1300 360 373.

If you are a spouse member, you do not have to give up your membership in the APSS when you divorce or separate. You can continue your membership by becoming a rollover or pension member.

Under family law legislation, super benefits can be divided between an eligible married or de facto couple as part of their property settlement. These laws also mean that your spouse can request information about your super and that a flag may be placed on your account, which doesn’t allow us to pay any benefits to you while the flag is in place. You can learn more about superannuation and splitting on the Australian Family Law Courts website.