Mauricio Ossola was 23 when he united Yolanda Torres in 2015 but since her extinction the social security system says he is not entitled to a widowers pension
He says they marriage for love but Argentina’s social security system refuses to believe him.
Mauricio Ossola was 23 where reference is tied the knot with his 91 -year-old great-aunt Yolanda Torres, a retired schoolteacher, in a simple liturgy in the north district of Salta in 2015.
But since Torres’s death last year, the position retirement fund has refused to pay young Ossola a widower’s pension, arguing that the couple were not legitimately married.
” I enjoyed Yolanda in the purest mode it is possible to love someone, and that perceive, together with the agony her loss has caused me, will be with me to the end of my dates ,” Ossola told the Salta newspaper El Tribuno this week.
The Salta office of Argentina’s national administered by social security( Anses) remains indifferent, however, and has repudiated his application for a widower’s pension.
In a verdict by its law office this week, the social security system stated that it believes Ossola is seeking through a legal subterfuge to acquire a widower’s pensioner he is not really enjoy the right to.
Such pensions are exclusively awardable if the deceased can be proven to have been the only monetary assist of the subsisting partner, the ruling regimes. This would clearly not be the case for Ossola who is now a 26 -year-old lawyer.
Ossola said that despite their 68 -year age difference- and the fact that they were close relatives- the union was perfectly law according to Argentinian statute. He told El Tribuno he would take his event all the way to the supreme court if necessary.
” The refusal of my entreaty is unfounded and I will not betray Yolanda’s last wish and the expletive I made to her ,” Ossola said.
Ossola lived in the town of Tres Cerritos with two brothers, his mother, grandmother and Yolanda since childhood. The couple decided to marry when Ossola was about to quit his legal studies to find work, he suggested.
” Yolanda insisted I had to finish my investigates ,” read Ossola.” Our union was a royal and lawful decision. She was a very important supporting in my life and this was her last wish .”
Ossola may hitherto be successful. In a same client in Argentina 10 years ago, 24 -year-old Reynaldo Wabeke wedded Adelfa Volpes, 82.
Wabeke’s octogenarian bride croaked 24 daylights after the wedlock during the couple’s honeymoon in Rio de Janeiro, in neighbouring Brazil, and the young widower procured a territory pension without any problem.