Les affaires de votre vie : Les faire sortir de votre tête et les mettre sur papier / Partie 2

Part 2 - Your personal and family data

Now that you've had a week to shake off the cobwebs and gather your thoughts, let's get to work. People will need to know who you were and where you came from. Your information is also required to complete legal documents and government forms.

Not very exciting but necessary. It's like a little family tree of basic information. Start with your contact details, then those of your parents and so on.

The following is a list of the type of information that will be requested from you for these purposes. Yes, the list seems long but it's all in your head, isn't it? It should be easy.

Your last name / first and middle name / maiden name (if applicable)

Date of birth / Place of birth (city, country, etc.)

Citizenship(ies)

Current address / phone number / email

Current family situation

Date of current marriage

Current or most recent employer

Current or most recent occupation

date of retirement

Next of kin:

Name / Contact details / Relationship to you

Spouse :

Name / Contact details / Date of birth / Maiden name (if applicable) / Date of death (if applicable)

Ex-spouse:

Name / Contact details / Date of birth / Date of death (if applicable) / Date of divorce (if applicable)

Information about your father:

Name / Date of birth / Place of birth (City, Province, State, Country) / Date of death (if applicable)

Information about your mother:

Name / Date of birth / Place of birth (City, Province, State, Country) / Date of death (if applicable)

Information about your children for each child (if applicable)

Name / Date of birth / Place of birth (City, Province, Country) / Date of death (if applicable)

Contact details

Will it keep you busy for the week? Don't forget to come back to read part three on April 19, 2022!

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