Michigan Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
The Michigan Revocation of Power of Attorney is a complimentary document to any Power of Attorney (POA) created in the state of Michigan. It can be utilized by a Principal to retract all decision making powers they provided to their Attorney in Fact through the lawful execution of a POA. Although the terms of each type of POA agreement differ (e.g. a Durable POA vs a General POA), this document is suitable for revoking any type of Power of Attorney the Principal has decided, free from duress, to discontinue.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Estates and Protected Individuals Code
Signing Requirements – The law is silent on state-mandated signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney. However, it is helpful to refer to the ones listed in § 700-5501 for a Durable Power of Attorney. These requirements state that the Principal should either:
- Sign the form in the presence of two (2) witnesses, and/or
- Organize for a Notary Public to acknowledge the form.