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That would really not be appropriate for your will as your will only takes effect once you have died. The documents in which this should be addressed are one or more of the following: i) Durable General Power of Attorney; ii) Medical Power of Attorney; and iii) Physician's Directive (often referred to as a "living will." These are the documents that authorize and direct the appointed individuals during your life. All of these terminate upon your death and it's only upon your death, which we hope is a long way off, that your will becomes applicable.
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Thanks for your reply. And, I apologize for the delay. Took my wife to the movies. :) Thanks for your patience. Yes, absolutely, you can change the beneficiaries on your life insurance policy; that wouldn't be done through your will; rather, you would simply fill out and sign a change of beneficiary with the life insurance company. :)