Revocation of Living Will Kit




 Revocation of Living Will

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Updated for 2011

Updated: April 2011


If you have made a living will setting out your preferences in relation to the receipt and non-receipt of life saving procedures during certain periods of incapacity and want to amend or revoke those wishes, you will need to make and serve a valid notice of revocation of a living will. This easy to understand solicitor-approved legal kit will show you:

  • how to revoke a living will
  • how to prepare the required legal notice of revocation
  • what to do with your notice of revocation once prepared; and
  • much more.

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Step-by-Step Guidance on Revoking and Terminating a Living Will!

What is a Living Will?

A living will is used to let your attending medical team know what life saving treatments you want applied or withheld during any period in which you are suffering from a terminal illness or in a permanent state of unconsciousness and unable to communicate your instructions.

Dangers of a Living Will

While a living will is a very useful legal device, it can have severe adverse consequences if it no longer properly reflects your wishes. This is because your medical team will act upon the instructions in your living will unless they are instructed otherwise by you. However, if you are unable to communicate your desired changes to your medical team there is a real risk that you could receive or forego a medical specific procedure that you wanted or didn’t want (as the case may be). This could be very detrimental especially where the original wish was to withhold certain treatments in order to allow you to die!

 

How to Revoke a Living Will

If your living will no longer reflects your wishes it is extremely important that you revoke it and make a new one. Preparing and sending a Notice of Revocation of a Living Will to all parties who may rely on the terms of the original living will is the most effective way of terminating your original living will. 

Unlike many items that can be put off until another day, the revocation of a living will is not one of them. You never know when an accident or illness is going to leave you unable to communicate your new instructions regarding end-of-life treatment. Act today, before it’s too late!

 

Forms Included:

- Notice of Revocation of a Living Will

 

 

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