Open the mobile site

 

Living Will, Revoking
A living will can be revoked, or cancelled, at any time, no matter what the principal's mental or physical condition is when making the revocation.  A revocation can also be expressed in any manner, even verbally, without a signed writing.

Any revocation is effective immediately upon its communication to a health care provider, who must immediately make the revocation a part of the principal's medical records.

See: Living Will, When Effective; Living Will, Who May Create; Living Will, Delivery


Johnstown, Pennsylvania Lawyer, Kurt R. NilsonKurt R. Nilson focuses his law practice on matters of real estate, business, wills, trusts, and probate.  

Working from Johnstown, this small-town lawyer and his unique legal work are frequently cited by nationwide financial and legal authorities and have been featured in some of the world’s most respected publications, including:

     

Current Links:
~ Real Estate Tax Calculator
~ PA Title Insurance Calculator
~ Estate Tax Calculator 2001-2014
~ Are title searches necessary?