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Although the family emergency planning forms contain an entire section to document emergency information to care for your children if something happens to you; as well as certain details on other family members, such as contact information, joint account holders, and beneficiaries – the Family Emergency Card is designed to capture complete details on the affairs of one person. Typically, each family member will have their own passwords, medical profile, and wishes. Discounts are available when ordering additional cards. We recommend getting a card for each person whose affairs you may have to navigate in an emergency.
No. The Family Emergency Card is an external flash drive. It is not connected to the internet or to any of our servers. The information you store on the card is only accessible by you and those you physically give the card to. We recommend storing the card in a safe place, letting only trusted emergency contacts know where it is for emergencies.
Yes. Instructions are included with your purchase regarding where you can find information on how to password protect your Family Emergency Card.
We do not recommend carrying your Family Emergency Card around in your wallet or purse. Your Family Emergency Card, once completed, will contain financial account information, passwords, and personal details on all of your affairs. We recommend storing it in a secure location… such as a locked file cabinet, safe, or safe deposit box (provided someone else can access it in an emergency). If you feel comfortable, it can also be held by your executor, successor trustee, or attorney.