Kansas Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legal instrument that allows a Principal to put an end to a Power of Attorney (POA) they either no longer require or they wish to exhaust for any other reason. Kansas law (§ 58-659) states that filing a revocation is one of just a handful of ways a POA may legally come to an end, with the other ways being the arrival of the date of termination noted in the POA, the death of the Principal, or the suspension or modification of the POA.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers and Letters of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 58-652(3)) – State laws on the matter of signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney state that, “If a Power of Attorney is recorded any revocation of that power of attorney must be recorded in the same manner for the revocation to be effective. If a power of attorney is not recorded it may be revoked by a recorded revocation or in any other appropriate manner.”