No. Connecticut's living will statutes were revised effective October 1, 1993. If your living will and other advance directives were completed prior to this date, they are valid, but probably look different than the one on this site. On October 1, 1993, a new combined form was created which is contained on this site. However, all other forms remain valid and still can be used.
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