Now that I am divorced, who will I put down to “contact in case of emergency”?

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Let’s be honest, we have all wondered this at some point in time. Now that I am divorced, who do I trust to make important decisions on my behalf in-case something happens to me?  In fact, some of us spent some of our precious time worrying about this one.

Well here is the deal, how many times has anyone needed that info anyway? There are plenty of great people in your life that can be bestowed with that honor: mom, dad, brother, sister, a close friend, adult children, beloved niece or nephew.

In fact, some of these folks might be a better option than your ex-husband would have ever been.

One word of advice, make sure you inform your new “in case of emergency” contact about your decision so that they aren’t caught by surprise with their new responsibilities in case something happens.

We love to hear from you. Tweet us at @cindergirls and let us who you use as your “in case of emergency” contact.

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