The Survivors Pension is also known as the death pension. The Survivors Pension is a tax-free monetary benefit for the surviving spouse or surviving children of a deceased service member who served during a time of war. The surviving spouse must have an income below the level established by law and not be remarried. The surviving children must be unmarried. For the surviving spouse and the surviving children to receive the Survivors Pension, the deceased Veteran must have served at least 90 days of active service, with at least one day of war time service, and discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. After 1980, the deceased Veteran must have served at least twenty four months of active duty, with at least one day during a war time period, and discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. Children of the deceased Veteran can receive the Survivors Pension if they are under the age of eighteen, or between the ages of 18-23 if they are attending school. In addition, Children who were severely disabled under the age of eighteen, and who remain permanently disabled and incapable of self-support as an adult, are also eligible.