Your wife, your husband, your beloved daughter, a loved one is abroad and suddenly stops contacting you. What now? What should you do? Who should you contact? Who are your contacts? Where are your contacts located? How can you reach them?

Only 7% of Germans have a power of attorney. The percentage of people travelling around the world or even living abroad who have drawn up a communication plan is probably much lower. This is completely understandable from a human point of view. Who likes to think about death or possible emergencies that could occur in the future?

Look at the situation from the perspective of those left behind. Where are you? Are you all right? What has happened? Do you need help? This is undoubtedly an extremely emotional and stressful situation – both for those left behind and for yourself. Are you even missing? Are they looking for you? And if so, where are they looking for you?

Does an emergency have to occur? No. As is often the case in life, it’s all about probabilities. Is the probability of losing contact, even without dramatic events, higher if you are abroad than if you lived next door?

Drawing up a communication plan is simple and gives you and those left behind the security of knowing exactly what to do if the worst comes to the worst.

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