Leaving your children home and traveling without kids can be stressful. If you are traveling without kids, there are a number of things to consider. This checklist provides you with a place to start planning. Planning will reduce the stress associated with your upcoming trip and also allow you to enjoy the trip.
- Who will stay with your kids?
- Will they stay at your home or the caretaker’s home?
- Does the school or other activities require permission to release your child to the caretaker?
- Also pull together a list of emergency contacts: family, friends, etc. for the caretaker.
- Finally, pull together information on where you will be staying and how to reach you.
Activities / Agenda
- Do your kids attend activities that they will need to be taken to while you are away?
- Consider preparing a calendar or agenda for each day of activities and commitments. Include names of leaders, addresses and phone numbers for each activity.
- Additionally, does your child have any school projects that will be due while you are away?
- Consider executing a document authorizing the caretaker to obtain medical care during your absence.
- Do you have a Will in place naming guardians? If not, consider writing a Will naming guardians to raise your children should something happen.
- Also consider including a trust in your Will that provides guidelines for distributions of your children’s inheritance.
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