You're Never Too Young to Have a Will

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    Gabrielle Pro, RN, BS, MBA
    Masthead Date April 07, 2003

    Gabrielle offers great advice here. She was my Manager prior to her return to FLA---miss her smile, funny attention grabing posts, and her Good 'n Plenty's. Will be making that appointment this week to get my will updated.
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  3. by   sjoe
    And a DPOAHC and a Living Will.
  4. by   NRSKarenRN
    Got a post from Gabrielle at work today---told her I posted link here. She hopes we take her advice and saves someone grief.

    DPOAHC= durable power of attorney for healthcare + living will all part of my legal will. Got to protect my kids.
  5. by   Kayzee
    Thanks for the reminder. been planning on doing this.....but you know-procrastination.
  6. by   renerian
    My hubby and I have had a DPOA/LW for years. Very important especially if you have kids.