Georgia Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

While a Power of Attorney (POA) is a legally-binding document, the Principal is not required to maintain its terms if they do not wish to. If they have decided to put an end to one, the Georgia Revocation of Power of Attorney will serve their needs. It is a form created for the precise purpose of terminating any and all terms of a POA—effective immediately upon its proper completion by the Principal. It is the Principal’s responsibility to inform their Agent and any government departments or other entities connected to the POA by furnishing them with a copy.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 10-6B-5) – Georgia state law is silent on the matter of mandatory signing procedures that must take place for a Revocation of Power of Attorney to be deemed valid. The Principal is advised to follow the signing requirements for the Power of Attorney they wish to revoke. In most circumstances, this will mean that one (1) witness and a Notary Public bear witness to their signature.