END OF LIFE DOCUMENTS
A MUST WATCH WEBINAR
In a medical emergency, do you have the critical information you need, to give to the hospital? Are you legally married in Ecuador, (regardless of your status in your home country)? What if God forbid, something happens to you? Do you have your end of life documents in order? Discover the answers to these and other important questions at our special presentation.
Every expat owes it to them self to be informed and prepared. Why wait? Why risk it? Our short presentation is complimentary, and every attendee walks away knowing about the 4 documents every expat needs.
In addition, each attendee will receive free enrollment in our Emergency Card Service, (a $12 value), as well as special discounts on documents which we provide for you in the future. The Emergency Card is wallet sized, and contains all of your important health and emergency contact information so that it can be easily carried in your wallet or your purse. Additionally, you will receive a bracelet to alert first responders to look for your Emergency Card, so that you can be assured of conveying timely information in your time of need.
We are concerned about your safety. Our event will be online. It’s simple to sign up and attend from your home.
Marcos Chiluisa is a business development advisor and licensed attorney. Marcos’ legal practice focuses on Real Estate¸ Corporate, Labor, Administrative, and Immigration counseling. With the Ecuadorian Ministry for the Environment’s “Forest Administration System”, Marcos has served on numerous committees, including the Policy Committee, Nominating Committee, Business Development Committee, and New Environmental Legislation Committee. Marcos began practicing professionally in 2004 as a Real Estate development litigator and counselor. He has litigated over 150 trials for tax collection and has tried numerous cases in administrative courts. He also has extensive experience in drafting original business contracts.
Prior to starting EcuaAssist, Marcos and a group of colleagues founded Ambientar, an environmental consulting firm. He was also the main Attorney for NGO Centro de la Niña Trabajadora [Center for the Girl Laborer] where he resolved family conflicts for disadvantaged families who could not otherwise access the justice system.
At EcuaAssist, Marcos has been very active in Immigration counseling. He has advised over 1000 foreign investors on a wide variety of Immigration issues, ranging from the creation of new businesses and corporate mergers to financial management of “Foreign Investors with New Capital in Ecuador”, Ecuador’s most recent property tax benefit.
What our attendees are saying about our events:
"The webinars are a worthwhile service and I think that they provide some credibility to your organization."
"Thank you for an interesting presentation. I saw it advertised on Cuenca HighLife and I know Ashley - so it was great to hear her voice and see her - and I found the first-hand accounts of what's happening in Manta and in other parts of the country quite interesting. We're all in the same boat, but having real estate representatives on who are fully invested personally in Ecuador was encouraging."
"I have found these roundtable discussions on current Ecuadoran affairs to be very useful. I would recommend anyone doing business in-country, or living here and just wanting to stay informed about what happening, tune in. It’s well worth your time."
Ed Lindquist - Managing Partner, Cuenca Expats Magazine
"Thank you for presenting a very knowledgeable panel of experts in the field of real estate.."
"Today’s webinar was excellent. Positivity is what we need, and we like hearing especially young people talk about their businesses and the potential need to re-tool if necessary to stay in business. We sort of think this is the way you stay in business, no matter what your industry is.
We look forward to attending future presentations, thanks for your hard work in producing these.
Marshall & Nadine Nevall