The requirements of a Florida Living Will is as follows: The document must be signed by a competent adult, and be in the presence of two subscribing witnesses (one of whom is neither a spouse nor a blood relative.)
A Florida Living Will can be revoked by the principal by doing any of the followings actions: 1) signing a revocation, 2) physically destroying the living will, 3) making an oral statement while having the intent to revoke, and 4) creating a subsequent directive that is significantly different to the previous living will.
Miscellaneous: Florida recognizes out-of-state living wills as long as they are in compliance with that state's laws. A physician who is unwilling to carry out the wishes of a patient who has properly created a living will, must transfer the patient to a health care provider who will carry out the wishes of the patient. Attending physicians who carry out the health care decisions according to a patient's living will is not subject to professional liability, or civil or criminal prosecution.
Having a living will in place is meant to respect your end-of-life preferences, and can prevent many unnecessary circumstances amongst your loved ones. Please consider having one created as part of your estate planning.
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