Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney gives a way for a principal to render an active Power of Attorney (POA) obsolete. Unlike the formation of a POA, the termination of the legal contract is straightforward and does not require the principal to jump through any legal hoops. To be valid, the principal only needs to state they wish to revoke the POA in a written document.
Once completed, the principal needs to deliver the form to any parties that were included in the original POA. This can include attorney(s), agent(s), and any relevant family members that were also given a copy. Once the acting agent receives the revocation, they are legally required by Florida law to cease all decision-making activity as specified by the POA originally signed.