Preparing for the End of Life
By The Rt. Rev. William O. Gregg
St. Paul’s “Preparing for the End of Life” series continues on February 8 with a look at insurance needs and options. Lic. Carmen Rio of San Miguel de Allende will help us look at the sorts of insurance that are needed and appropriate for an expat living here. She will also give us some guidance around the options for meeting these needs. We shall also have with us a representative from Seguro Popular to walk us through eligibility, the process of enrolling, and services available.
“Preparing for the End of Life” Series
St. Paul’s Anglican Church
Mon, Feb 8, 4-6pm Calzada del Cardo 6
50 pesos per session
Probably the two most frequent insurance concerns are medical and life insurance. Homeowners and tenant homeowners insurance are other types of insurance concerns. With a number of options, two questions arise: What do I actually need? What are the best solutions for me? A person has to figure out where to go to obtain the policies and what they need to present in order to secure the policy. Does insurance work differently here than it does in the United States or Canada? If so, in what ways? Where do I go to obtain insurance?
Join us at St. Paul’s on Monday, February 8, from 4 to 6pm as we learn about this important aspect of living in México and how best to make sure you are adequately covered.
Your contribution of 50 pesos goes into a fund held in trust at St. Paul’s that is available to the community to assist persons in need to implement the various parts of their plan in preparation for the end of life (e.g., wills, insurance, etc.).
On February 15, the series will continue with a look at assessing health care needs and available services.