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Author: elisej Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19219  
Subject: Writing a will and health care proxy Date: 4/26/2000 1:52 AM
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You don't have to be married, a parent, or a senior citizen to have a will or a health care proxy. I am single, I don't have kids and I'm not a senior citizen - but I have a will and health care proxy.If I am unable to make my own medical decisions,that burden shouldn't fall on my family.
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Subject: Re: Writing a will and health care proxy Date: 4/26/2000 7:29 AM
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<< You don't have to be married, a parent, or a senior citizen to have a will or a health care proxy. I am single, I don't have kids and I'm not a senior citizen - but I have a will and health care proxy. >>

Not that any adult should be without them, but I think it's even more important that single people have these papers in order. When there's no immediately identifiable next of kin, it's quite useful to know that your wishes, rather than the wishes of the state or some relative you haven't seen in years, will be followed.

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