Florida Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

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Updated January 07, 2023

A Florida revocation power of attorney form is used to terminate a previously executed power of attorney. It is important to realize that even if you sign a revocation, it is not effective until all the concerned third parties know about the revocation. It is, therefore, important that you inform your financial institutions and others that may be relying on the original, that it is no longer in effect and provide them with a copy of the revocation.

Laws§ 709.2110

Signing Requirements – The revocation should be signed in the same format as the power of attorney being terminated.