Re: Healthcare Directive/Surrogate Documents
HyLyte, your daughter is 19.
Isn't she considered an adult at age 18? So that she would have to be the party signing the documents?
I don't know how the BVI consider that gray area between 18-21 but would suggest she is also a signatory to the documents, just in case.
I'd also suggest making two sets of originals, keep the second at home in case the first set goes astray, is lost with her luggage in transit, etc.
Last time I checked, in Florida the TD Bank branches kept notaries on staff and available to the general public at no charge. A very generous policy since many banks won't even lot their notary touch papers that are not "bank business".