The State Department suggests that you get an estate plan, should you decide to visit North Korea.
Despite the extremely tense relations between the U.S. and North Korea, it is possible for Americans to visit North Korea. There are probably very few U.S. citizens who want to go anywhere near North Korea. Those that do, are probably journalists and researchers.
So, what is that advice?
The agency advises people to first get a will, make funeral plans and get a power attorney, as Fox News reports in "Visiting North Korea? Draft a will and make funeral plans, State Department says."
Traveling to countries other than North Korea is likely not nearly as dangerous. However, this is good advice before traveling to any foreign nation.
Before leaving on an overseas trip, it is a good idea to have an estate plan in place.
Having powers of attorney drafted is an especially good idea, in case anything does happen, so someone back home can handle all of your affairs.
It is unlikely anything will happen to you on your next vacation, but it is always good to be prepared.
Before you visit a foreign country, visit with an estate planning attorney so you can be prepared.
Reference: Fox News (Jan. 15, 2018) "Visiting North Korea? Draft a will and make funeral plans, State Department says."