Saturday, February 9, 2019

Pregnancy and Estate Planning

How Does a Pregnancy Impact Your Connecticut Advanced Directive?

A few years ago, you went to a lawyer who prepared an estate plan for you. You 
signed a couple of advanced directives known as a living will and an appointment of 
health care representative. Time passed and in 2018, you became pregnant. 
Then you learned that in that year the Connecticut General Assembly amended the 
statutes that govern advanced directives. Does this amendment impact your 
advanced directives in light of your pregnancy? 

Here is what you need to know.  

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