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Your Will designates your real and personal affects to persons you name in your Will. Usually husband and wife have reciprocal Wills that designates that all affects transfer to the other upon death and or to their children upon both their deaths. You can also make specific requests if there are certain assets you wish to leave to certain person.

You also give your power of attorney the power to withdraw nutrition and hydration when in a permanently unconscious state. And if your attending physician and at least one other physician who has examined you determine, to a reasonable degree of medical certainty and in accordance with reasonable medical standards, that such nutrition or hydration will not or no longer will serve to provide comfort to you.

Failing to create these documents may result in forfeiture of your personal and real property to the State of Ohio or even to individuals you do not wish to inherit from you after you die

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