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When do we start talking about death?

16 February 2017

Which? research has revealed that the average age at which people first discuss death with their parents is 13.

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Death and wills easier to discuss than relationships

13 February 2017

UK adults find it more difficult to discuss sex, relationships and finances with friends and family than death and wills, according to Which? research.

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Sex, money and death: The topics we dread discussing

10 February 2017

Sex, money and death are awkward subjects to discuss with family and friends. But which do UK adults hate talking about most and how is it affecting us?

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Changing your will following a divorce

09 February 2017

Your personal circumstances can change at any time. It’s important to review your will when this happens, particularly if you get a divorce.

When hiding your will backfires

07 February 2017

What happens if you write a will, hide it, but no one knows where it is?