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Along with your will there are other documents you might consider adding to your planning. 

The two most common are Medical and Durable Powers of Attorney.

What happens if you become incapacitated and cannot make medical or financial decisions?  Would there be an orderly process for things to continue, or would chaos potentially ensue? Powers of Attorney allow the person you trust to keep your affairs in order until you recover.