Revoke a Power of Attorney

You can revoke a Power of Attorney at any time and for whatever reason you wish.

You don't need to give a reason!

It may be because you don't need the document anymore, you don't trust the person whom you appointed or the person has moved away, or you found a more suitable person etc.



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Revoke a Power of Attorney Notifications

You must do it in writing and issue a copy of the revocation to any interested third party such as a bank or financial institution whom you or your Agent have business with.

Have your document notarized.

If your power of attorney was filed for real estate purposes, the revocation must be filed as well.

Even a durable power of attorney can be revoked if you are still mentally competent to do so. Use our free legal form below to issue to your Agent and interested third parties.

Send notice of the cancellation (a copy of the signed revocation) by registered mail to your Agent.

It is unlawful for an Agent to continue acting on behalf of a principal once a revocation has been signed.



Printable Revocation of Power of Attorney or download your copy as a fillable PDF or Word template by following the links below:

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Copyright Notice



Revocation of Power of Attorney

I, the undersigned

(Full legal name) ______________________________

(Identity/Social Security number) ______________________________ residing at

(Address) ____________________________________

hereby revoke the Power of Attorney dated _____________________ and granted to

(Full legal name) ________________________________

(Identity/Social Security number) ______________________________ residing at

(Address) ____________________________________

I hereby give notice to my Agent named here, substitute Agents and all other interested parties that I withdraw every power and authority thereby given and declare the above referenced Power of Attorney null and void and of no further force or effect.

Executed this ______ day of __________________20 ____

at ______________________________________

Signature: ________________________________

in the presence of the undersigned witnesses:

Witness 1.

Name: ______________________

Address: _____________________________________________

Signature: ________________________

Witness 2.

Name: ______________________

Address: _____________________________________________

Signature: ________________________

Acknowledgement

This document was acknowledged before me on this ______day of ____________________20__ by ________________________(Principal's Full legal name)

Signature of Notary Public ______________________

Full legal Name ______________________________

My commission expires ________________________

State of ________________________

County of ______________________



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The moment you revoke a power of attorney i.e. sign a revocation of power of attorney, it cancels and immediately terminates the power of attorney referenced.

A power of attorney always terminates upon the death of the principal. It also terminates when the principal becomes incapacitated, unless the POA specifically states that it is a durable or lasting power of attorney.

Refer to our Power of Attorney Main Page for additional information, guidelines and more free power of attorney forms.





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