In addition to the preparation of Wills and Trusts, an estate plan is not complete without additional ancillary documents. These documents bolster and support the overall estate plan by focusing on specific areas and needs. Our skilled and understanding attorneys will work with you to expand your estate plan to include ancillary estate planning documents to meet your specific needs. Ancillary documents and your estate plan

Ancillary documents include:

  • Designation of Health Care Surrogate
  • Living Will
  • HIPAA Release Form
  • Declaration of Pre-Need Guardian
  • Durable Power of Attorney

Morris Law Group for Your Ancillary Documents

It is important that you plan ahead for incapacity. You should make your wishes known to your loved ones now, so they know and understand your wishes in the event of an incapacitating illness or injury. This will allow the person you designate to ensure your proper care and prevent disputes between your loved ones. Contact Morris Law Group today to speak to one of our qualified estate planning attorneys to create your ancillary documents.