Rhode Island Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Revoking a Power of Attorney with a Rhode Island Revocation of Power of Attorney does not require a Principal to meet a whole host of requirements. The Principal, however, must a) be of a sound mind when revoking a Power of Attorney, b) make the decision without duress c) fulfill any signing requirements (as stated in the section below), and d) inform the Agent/s of the revocation. Once these requirements are met, the revocation will be lawfully executed.