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How to complete the Mexican federal end of life health care designation....without a Jalisco State Notario

Post by Sherman on Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:20 am

Other threads on this forum relevant to this post are:
New LCS Brochure, Is the LCS Board Asleep at the Wheel, which is in 'out on the mirador' and How to use Durable powers of attorney & health care directives from NOB.

Recently LCS produced a brochure with information that tends to scare people off rather than empower or encourage them to complete the Mexican federal end-of-life document designating someone to act on your behalf when you cannot and setting out health care directives for palliative care. None of this is available through the State of Jalisco.

To complete this document, you do not need to hire the LCS end-of-life consultant and you do not have to pay to have a Jalisco State Notario sign the document.

The legislation is available, in English, and a sample form document is found on my website, www.lifeplanninginjalisco.wordpress.com

When you go to the website, look in the right-hand column under posts to find a sample document and then follow the right-hand column to the lower portion of the page to find the 'link' to the legislation, in English.
There is a publication for sale that is a compilation of all of the posts and additional information.
The purpose of this post is not to push the publication, but to create awareness about preparing the document.

You can complete the document without the publication, by just using the information in the posts.


How to do this......
go to the posts. Copy and paste a copy of the sample document. Then go to the link for the legislation. You should be able to copy and paste the legislation or download a copy by going to the 'legal citation' on the sample document.

Follow the sample document as close as possible.
Name 2 or more persons who can act on your behalf when you cannot.
Read through the 2 chapters in the legislation that set out the health care directives.

If you have questions or do not understand the health care directives, take a copy of the legislation to your local document and ask him/her. Work with him/her to determine the directives in order to complete the document.

Date and sign the document.
Have two witnesses sign the document. Get a copy of their voter ID or passport to retain with your document.

Keep the original of the document.
Distribute copies as necessary.

This document is a Mexican federal document which does not require a Notario from the state of Jalisco to sign it.
If you want to verify this, you can contact Lic Ana Villanueva, partner in the firm of Acosta & Associates and legal counsel for Puerta de Hierro Hospital in Zapopan. If you are not aware, Puerta de Hierro is one of the top 3 or 4 hospitals in Guadalajara. Mr. Villanueva deals with these health care directives on a regular basis.

All of her information can be found on my post of March 25th 2010.

My website contains many references and resources under the post "interviews, references and resources."

The MX federal end of life document is the cheapest, easiest way to get started in completing this kind of documentation....which we all need to have in place, but hate to do.

Filoli mariachi



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Post by E-raq on Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:21 am

Wow, great information filioli, we're in the middle of doing all this stuff right now.

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Post by Sherman on Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:31 am

good luck....
filoli

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oooppps, I just saw a typo

Post by Sherman on Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:24 pm

filoli wrote:Other threads on this forum relevant to this post are:
New LCS Brochure, Is the LCS Board Asleep at the Wheel, which is in 'out on the mirador' and How to use Durable powers of attorney & health care directives from NOB.

Recently LCS produced a brochure with information that tends to scare people off rather than empower or encourage them to complete the Mexican federal end-of-life document designating someone to act on your behalf when you cannot and setting out health care directives for palliative care. None of this is available through the State of Jalisco.

To complete this document, you do not need to hire the LCS end-of-life consultant and you do not have to pay to have a Jalisco State Notario sign the document.

The legislation is available, in English, and a sample form document is found on my website, www.lifeplanninginjalisco.wordpress.com

When you go to the website, look in the right-hand column under posts to find a sample document and then follow the right-hand column to the lower portion of the page to find the 'link' to the legislation, in English.
There is a publication for sale that is a compilation of all of the posts and additional information.
The purpose of this post is not to push the publication, but to create awareness about preparing the document.

You can complete the document without the publication, by just using the information in the posts.


How to do this......
go to the posts. Copy and paste a copy of the sample document. Then go to the link for the legislation. You should be able to copy and paste the legislation or download a copy by going to the 'legal citation' on the sample document.

Follow the sample document as close as possible.
Name 2 or more persons who can act on your behalf when you cannot.
Read through the 2 chapters in the legislation that set out the health care directives.

If you have questions or do not understand the health care directives, take a copy of the legislation to your local document and ask him/her. Work with him/her to determine the directives in order to complete the document.

Date and sign the document.
Have two witnesses sign the document. Get a copy of their voter ID or passport to retain with your document.

Keep the original of the document.
Distribute copies as necessary.

This document is a Mexican federal document which does not require a Notario from the state of Jalisco to sign it.
If you want to verify this, you can contact Lic Ana Villanueva, partner in the firm of Acosta & Associates and legal counsel for Puerta de Hierro Hospital in Zapopan. If you are not aware, Puerta de Hierro is one of the top 3 or 4 hospitals in Guadalajara. Mr. Villanueva deals with these health care directives on a regular basis.

All of her information can be found on my post of March 25th 2010.

My website contains many references and resources under the post "interviews, references and resources."

The MX federal end of life document is the cheapest, easiest way to get started in completing this kind of documentation....which we all need to have in place, but hate to do.

Filoli mariachi



If you have questions, take your document to your local 'doctor' and ask him/her for some help in sorting out the directives.

Sometimes these later in the evening posts are reflective of a long day!!
In any event.....go get that document done!!

Filoli mariachi

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Mexican Federal end of life legislation attachment

Post by Sherman on Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:18 am

E-raq wrote:Wow, great information filioli, we're in the middle of doing all this stuff right now.


Atached is a copy of the Mexican Federal end of life legislation, in English and Spanish.
Information for the health care directives and some guideline for preparing it is in Chapters One and Two.
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2009-01-05 Changes in Law Right to Pallitave Care english spanish.pdf MX federal end of life legislationYou don't have permission to download attachments.(56 Kb) Downloaded 6 times

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Mexican fed doc, doctor, and lake chapala hospice

Post by Sherman on Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:05 am

The Mexican federal end of life document information is still good as posted here.

If you need help with the directives, you can go to Dr. Juan-Pablo Loza in Chapala.
He is familiar with the legislation and with the directives available in the legislation.

He was initially connected to the team for the lake chapala hospice. He was part of that team because of his interest and caring, and his knowledge of the legislation.

The lake chapala hospice is no longer up and running. The founders still show it on their current website as the "Lake Chapala A.C.". It has been confirmed in writing that the Lake Chapala Hospice was never registered as an A.C. even though fundraisers were held, donations of cash and kind with received and the board was told that the hospice was registered.

Life Planning in Jalisco, a publication available for $200mx, is now available at Superlake. It provides a sample format for the Mexican federal end of life document and a lot more information. There's also a website at www.lifeplanninginjalisco.wordpress.com and facebook under the same name with lots of information at no cost.

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