Family Life Category

The stages that you pass through from early life to retirement as a member of a family are called the family life cycle. As you reach each stage you are faced with new challenges and you will gain new skills that help you cope with this evolving cycle. Life doesn’t always run smoothly and situations such as severe illness, financial problems or the death of a loved one can have an effect on how well you pass through each stage. Whether you are a young person or over 50, MyAdviceGateway will help you locate the information and advice you need to cope with the challenges and stress of daily life.

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Family Bereavement

Family Bereavement

PREPARING FOR DEATH

No one wants to face death, yet no one can escape it and by preparing for your death in advance you are able to make things easier for those close to you down the line.

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Family Bereavement

WHAT TO DO AFTER SOMEONE DIES

When somebody dies there are many arrangements, decisions and notifications that have to be made. The death must be registered, the funeral organised, Government departments and Local Councils notified and the estate distributed.

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Family Bereavement

COPING WITH A BEREAVEMENT

Losing someone you love or care deeply about is very painful. Bereavement affects people in different ways.

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Family BereavementPensions & Retirement

LEAVING A DIGITAL LEGACY

It is no longer enough just to ensure that you have made adequate provisions in a will. You also must ensure that your online footprint and digital assets are securely documented.

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Family BereavementPensions & Retirement

MAKING A WILL

Your Will is the document that lets you decide what will happens to your money, property and possessions after your death and ensures that you don’t pay unnecessary taxes to the government. If you die without making a Will, the State directs who will inherit your estate, so your friends, …

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