I am a German and I will soon move to the UK to work there.
Because my partner is still living in Germany, and I will visit regularly, I plan to keep my residency (Hauptwohnsitz) registered in Germany. This seems to be possible since the UK is no longer part of the EU, am I right?
Question: Is this a bad idea for any reason? For example, does Germany expect me to pay, e.g. social insurance contributions or a German health insurance, just because I have residency here?
I see various advantages of this approach: I have multiple insurances and some bank accounts that require (or at least prefer) that I have my primary residency in Germany. Also, if I keep my current address, I will not have to deal with telling everyone (e.g. my insurances) that my address has changed, and so my mail will find its way to me.