I just stumbled across a blog entitled Listening to Katrina. It has a great set of instructions on getting your life’s documents in order for Bug-Out purposes. Check it out.
Personally, I refer to my document collection as my “Death Binder”. The idea behind it from my perspective is that if something happens to me, the binder exposes to my family where all the bodies are – financial accounts, passwords, codes, combinations, guns, insurance, utilities, et cetera. Additionally, I scan everything: bills, checks, insurance policies, important documents, unimportant documents. I, however, need to do a better job in keeping it current, as well as keeping redundant copies around. The workbook and project list on the above referenced blog have provided renewed motivation to get ‘er done.