Considering a move to Denmark - money, insurance, etc.
My husband and I are considering a move to Denmark. Our only child married a Dane and it's clear her life will now permanently be in Europe. We want to be close to her and feel we need to be proactive as we aren't getting any younger. Such a big move may not be possible in 10 years and the idea of traveling even for visits gets more daunting with age.
We are beginning to feel overwhelmed by how much might be at stake and how much we don't know. We would greatly appreciate hearing from others who have done the expat thing. Any suggestions or recommendations on how to handle money and its movement between the two countries. It seems some credit card companies/banks don't want to deal with you if you no longer live in the states. Trying to figure out the health insurance and visa residency requirements (my husband has dual citizenship but I do not) is another black hole, to say nothing of how to physically get ourselves there. We have a house to sell, furniture to move, etc.
Any words of advice (what to do and NOT do) would be so helpful. Are there any Facebook groups to join, videos to watch, companies to use....I know the Berkeley community is filled with smart, interesting, worldly people so I thought I'd reach out to this group for help.