We’re trying to break down the taboo of talking about death and dying with loved ones. Why should you leave it until the last moment? There’s so many important things that should be discussed.

Making a Will: Your Questions Answered Part Three

Welcome to Part Three of Making a Will with Gwen Bowen of Bowen & Co Solicitors. This is the third and final part of the series. In this short series, I’ve put the key questions to Gwen, who has kindly taken the time out to answer them. It’s important to note that everyone’s situation is different, [...]

By | September 16th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|0 Comments

Making a Will: Your Questions Answered Part Two

Welcome to Part Two of Making a Will with Gwen Bowen of Bowen & Co Solicitors In this short series, I’ve put the key questions to Gwen, who has kindly taken the time out to answer them in full! I’ve split this Making a Will series into three parts. Part One is here. It's important to note [...]

By | September 4th, 2016|Dying Matters|2 Comments

Making a Will: Your Questions Answered Part One

When should I make a will? Do I need to discuss it with my family? What about inheritance tax? These are just some of the questions that so many of us want to know, but yet many of us have been too afraid to ask. In this short series, I’ve put the key questions to [...]

By | August 26th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|8 Comments

Dying Matters: What Happens to Your Twitter Account When You Die

Continuing on with social media and dying matters, we’re moving onto another social network: TWITTER! Twitter has one of the simplest policies when it comes to the death of one its users, however, unlike Facebook’s Legacy Contact, you can’t officially appoint someone to look after your account (except at your own discretion). In the event [...]

By | April 14th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|0 Comments

Dying Matters: What to do with a Facebook account when someone dies?

For many people, especially now millennials, Facebook has continually been a place to share content but it’s also become a place to honour people who are no longer with us. In 2015, Facebook introduced the Legacy Contact system to users. Initially only available to people in the US, it’s only recently that I’ve noticed it [...]

By | March 30th, 2016|Blog, Dying Matters|1 Comment