Revocation of a Living Will

If you want to revoke (cancel) your living will, it's a good idea to put this in writing so that everyone is clear about your wishes. In Scotland, this is essential if your living will contains an advance statement.

If your reason for revoking your living will is that you want to make a new one, you might not need to use this document: our Living will document has a clause in it that revokes any previous living wills.

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