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Florida Living Will Form

The Florida living will is a document that relays the principal’s instructions for their health care if they are incapacitated. The statutory form specifically addresses under which circumstances the principal wishes that life-sustaining treatments be withheld or withdrawn. In the event of the principal’s incapacity, their instructions will be followed if their condition becomes terminal, end-stage, or vegetative.

LawsChapter 765, Part III (Life Prolonging Procedures)

Signing Requirements (§ 765.302(1)) – Two (2) Witnesses

Statutory Form§ 765.303

State Definition

“Living will” or “declaration” means:

(a) A witnessed document in writing, voluntarily executed by the principal in accordance with s. 765.302; or
(b) A witnessed oral statement made by the principal expressing the principal’s instructions concerning life-prolonging procedures.