It’s 2019 and along comes another pile of New Year’s Resolutions which may involve changes to your lifestyle. I am going to relax more and stress less, do more Tai Chi, walk more, sleep more, write more, read more, spend more time with family, and go skydiving (well maybe).
I have had the pleasure of being part of the Advisory Group for the Ministry of Justice in relation to the Anti-Money Laundering Legislation (a lot more interesting than it sounds). Ok, before you doze off or flick over to the next page, THIS COULD AFFECT YOU.
Living in a digital age has changed our lives. We bank online, order groceries online, share photos through Facebook and Instagram, spend time in virtual worlds, tweet, blog, surf, and let’s not forget Google has the answer for just about everything. Most people have created their own “digital footprint”.
“We’ve found it, our new home!”
Whether the property is a do up, has a wonderful view, or it is inundated with Pokemon, the purchase of property will be one of the biggest purchases you will make in your lifetime.
Many years ago in a dusty solicitor’s office, as part of purchasing your first home, you signed a Will. Then you met Mr/Ms Right, settled down into domestic bliss and produced three children. But what about your Will?