The unique aspects of the coronavirus pandemic may make it advisable to review your current estate plan. Language in estate planning documents that is fine under normal conditions may cause problems for you and your loved ones if you fall ill during the pandemic.
Other than a will, advance directives and a durable power of attorney are necessary estate planning documents. Both documents are important during your life if you become incapacitated. In Connecticut, the advance directives includes the living will and appointment of a health care representative. Look over the following documents to see if they may need updating: