So, when an emergency comes up,
“Who takes care of the Dogs?”
“Who takes care of You?”
“Who knows about all those medications you take?”
“Who pays the bills?”
Many of us make our homes in Mexico, part or full-time without having family or caregivers around, without knowledge of the systems of what to do in the event of emergencies, short-term or longer-term incapacitations and without systems in place to get help or needed information to family members or friends!
Life Planning in Jalisco (copyrighted) or elsewhere in Mexico, is a Practical Guide for Setting up the Systems for Keeping Our Lives Managed in times of need.
The Four (4) key components are:
Developing an emergency contact system;
Compiling emergency information;
Designating persons to make medical, and financial, decisions for you when you cannot; and
Pulling together all this information for someone to act on your behalf when you cannot!
The website supports the publication with ‘tips’ or expanded information such as:
How to set up an emergency contact system, including use of your NOB and/or Mexican cell phone.
Background information on durable powers of attorney for financial or medical decisions and health care directives (living wills), as well as input in deciding how many persons to designate on these documents.
Changes in legislation, for example, the new Jalisco state legislation passed in July 2011 or the Mexican federal legislation passed in 2008.
Completing the project takes some time, but it’s worth it in the long-run for you and your NOB family or friends….making sure you have the help you need when you need it!
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