Utah Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The opportunity to revoke a Power of Attorney is always available to a Principal to pursue at any time. Once a Principal has decided to pursue this path, it is advisable for them to execute a Utah Revocation of Power of Attorney form. Legal professionals generally recommend using a Revocation of Power of Attorney—even when doing so is not mandated by state law—because it creates a tangible record of the Principal’s decision to revoke the Power of Attorney. While no one expects they will ever need to “prove” their decision, there are cases where this has happened. Thus, in order to arm themselves with the necessary proof of their decision, a Principal should ensure they complete this form.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 75-9-105) – The state does not mandate any signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney to be duly executed. It is, however, recommended that a Principal follow the signing requirements listed for a Power of Attorney to be executed. That is, the Principal should sign the form before a Notary Public or other individual authorized to take acknowledgements.