Easy answer make who ever is the executor of your will the sole beneficiary . I say that because my late husband had our wills set up in that manner and when he died I did not have to have his will probated since every thing passed directly over to me by the words of the will ( but then as long as we had been together if at all possible ( depending on the creditor or finance company ) we had every thing we owned in both names so upon his demise it became solely mine . Now if you own any thing with someone else make sure the paper work has that little word of OR because if it says and they instead if or when should mething happens to either party your going to have a lot more paper work and headaches to gain the item as your own .
I updated mine recently and put it on file with the Arizona Dept of State Advance Directives Registry.
I have one as well. It’s on file with my medical record.