1. Fill out a revocation or resignation form
Fill out the appropriate form listed below:
2. Get the revocation or resignation notarized, and send it to the other party
Once you have filled out and printed the Power of Attorney Revocation or the Power of Attorney Agent Resignation, bring it to a notary to get it notarized. Make multiple copies of the document.
If you are the principal, send a copy to the agent so they know that you ended the power of attorney. If you are the agent, send a copy to the principal so they know that you won't act as their agent anymore.
Updated: January 2017