Indiana Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

An Indiana Revocation of Power of Attorney will terminate the Power of Attorney (POA) that the Principal who files this form has named within. A Principal is within their rights to terminate any Power of Attorney they do not wish to endure. They are not required to justify the reasons why neither within the form or to the parties connected to the POA, such as the Agent or the relevant state department. This Revocation of POA form effectively meets state law requirements (IC 30-5-10-1) that demand that a POA must be revoked “only by a written instrument of revocation.”

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (IC 30-5-10-1) – The valid execution of a Revocation of Power of Attorney does not require any signing requirements to be upheld. Acknowledgement by a Notary Public of the Principal’s signature, however, is strongly recommended.