Montana Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

State law, specifically § 72-31-310, provides for a number of circumstances in which a Power of Attorney (POA) may be terminated. The Montana Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legally-binding document that allows for a POA to be revoked by a Principal by effectively addressing two of these circumstances. Namely, it makes it possible for the Principal to revoke the POA and/or for the Principal wholly revokes the Agent’s authority. The other circumstances that will lead to the termination of a POA may be referred to in the section below.