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Power Of Attorney Revocation

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:
The Principal is:

Full Name:
Street Address:
Zip Code:
This Agent is:

Power of Attorney Contract Date:

Is the original Power of Attorney contract attached?:

The Power of Attorney Is:

Anything else you wish to add to this revocation?

Date You Will Sign This revocation:
Add Proof of Service To This Revocation:
Add Witnesses to the signing of this Revocation:

Power of Attorney Revocation Form Information:

A Power of Attorney revocation form is a form set up to revoke the power of attorney that one party may have.

It is a common form – and a common problem. Sometimes someone will need a power of attorney and will sign that – maybe not under duress, but because they have no other options at that moment.

Or maybe a relationship will change at some point and the party does not want to grant another party the power of attorney anymore. A power of attorney form is important because it can allow a person or persons to make many important decisions for you – some of which can literally be life ending decisions!

So if you decide to change your power of attorney at some point it’s not just a case of appointing a new power of attorney. You need to also revoke the privelages of the previous power of attorney. That way no situations arise where two people are attempting to represent the person with their own power of attorney form.

Filling in our power of attorney revocation form is extremely simple to do.

The first thing you do is fill in the Principals detail. The principal is the person who will be granting the power of attorney, who previously granted the power of attorney, and is now revoking said power of attorney.

We have it set up to allow you create an individual or a company.

Next you can list the agents – which is the new power of attorney who is being assigned as the power of attorney for the Principal.

Next, you will list the date of the power of attorney contract. This is the original power of attorney contract which you signed – the one of which you are revoking. By listing the date it also helps identify the specific power of attorney agreement.

You may also wish to attach the original power of attorney agreement if you have a copy of that. We have given you that option. Although it is defaulted to no – we do highly recommend attaching a copy just to make everything as clear and concise as possible.

You can then choose if the power of attorney is durable or non-durable.

It’s very easy to do and after you choose the options above, our dynamic form generator will take all of the options you choose and then create for you your very own highly customized power of attorney form.

If there are any additional notes outside of what we offer that you wish to add then you can do that with the “Anything else to add” section just above the date you will sign the revocation. This section allows you to add anything you wish to the power of attorney revocation form that you will be creating.

Finally if you wish to see a power of attorney revocation template, or a blank power of attorney revocation form then it’s very easy to do so – simply click to create the agreement above and it will show you a form sans personalized or customized information.

The form will be able to download immediately after completion in various formats that can open in the likes of Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word and every other Word Processing software.