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Cool, Ellen. That looks like the same list we have. To sum up:

1. two wills, each naming the other as beneficiary
2. two powers of attorney, each naming the other
3. two advanced medical directive, each naming the other (some states, like Ellen's, call this the "health power of attorney).

Fool on!

P.S. Thanks to all for saying the nice things in this thread. ;-)

[Though I list my law degree on my profile, I'm an EX-lawyer, and this is not legal advice. Please consult your own attorney for these matters.]

Every unmarried couple of any genders need these
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