Re: Healthcare Directive/Surrogate Documents
Thanks for the comments/suggestions. Of course, after posting my question, when I got home I discovered two emails from the authorities in the BVI had arrived. It seems all we need is an originally signed, notarized, letter authorizing my wife's cousin and/or his wife to act in our place while my daughter is in their care should the need arise. Evidently, the Regulations in the BVI are much less demanding/intrusive than those in the US in the same circumstances.
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