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So long as your power of attorney includes the power to make health care decisions (sometimes called a health care POA or a living will)? You are in good shape.
The will is used to determine who gets what after you pass and the POA allows someone to make decisions for you if you are unable to do so.
The one other thing to consider is a trust...a trust allows you to transfer property to others, via the terms you dictate, avoiding probate. Not, necessarily, needed...but can be helpful to your heirs after you pass (since they can avoid probate)
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