Shirley Fisher January

Posted in Property and legal news

11 Jan
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NEW YEAR BLUES??

Oh isn’t it difficult to get into the swing after the Festivities! 

After all the celebrations, now the talk about New Year Resolutions – things put off for a long time now raise their head so no excuse to continue the procrastination!

Maybe you want to make radical changes of one sort or another, or perhaps you want to embark on a new venture – either way some brain training is necessary, to start thinking in a different way – of things we want to think about, or even things we DON’T!!

So many Resolutions fail because no preparation in put into place– BECAUSE ESCAPE IS EASIER THAN CHANGE!! To keep a Resolution, we need to change our behaviour or the way we think.

The “things we DON’T want to think about” could include our legal and financial affairs – issues which involve paperwork and who likes that at the best of times – forms, questions, answers, information, decision making and so it goes on - it can get you down and before you know it your swamped with the stuff. 

Do I need to make a Spanish Will or not??

Does it matter whether I pay my taxes in Spain or UK??

I have made a UK Will – isn’t that enough?

What options do I have for investment of capital now that Im outside the UK?

There is no doubt that expatriate Britons face a number of challenges nowadays, not least because of the pandemic and Brexit! Take control by obtaining information to

Enable you to make an informed decision regarding your Spanish and English legal

Affairs.

For advice regarding your legal and financial affairs, start the ball rolling by contacting me to make an appointment to discuss the matter – either by emailing me at shirleyfisherlegalservices@gmail.com or ringing my mobile 634 053 976. 

What do you have to lose??

Shirley Ann Fisher UK Lawyer & Commissioner for Oaths Camposol Business Centre, Calle Madrid, Camposol Sector A, Mazarron, Murcia (next to the Pharmacy)

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