Upon the appropriate action of a declarant (person writing a will) a living will can be canceled or revoked. A living will can be revoked at any time without regard to the mental or physical condition of the declarant. The meaning of the revocation is that the will is no longer effective or legally enforceable. A revocation is effective when it's communicated to the attending physician or other health care provider by the declarant or anyone that witnesses the revocation.
Forms in this package include: