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Oklahoma Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

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Oklahoma Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Updated June 07, 2023

An Oklahoma revocation of power of attorney form is a document that cancels a power of attorney appointment. You will want to use this when you have a POA that is still being used, but you have determined that it is no longer needed or that your agent is acting in a way you did not anticipate. In addition to filling out this form, you will need to contact your agent and any backup agent and tell them that you have revoked it and they are not to act on the POA anymore. You should provide them with copies of the revocation as well as anyone who has been doing business with your agent acting in your name.

How to Write

1 – Gain Access To The Recommended Revocation Form

The paperwork on this page will supply the necessary format and language a Principal needs to revoke a previously issued Authority. Access to it may be gained by clicking on one of the file formats labeling the buttons supplied with the preview image here.

2 – Provide A Classification Of The Document Being Revoked

The document being revoked will need to be clearly identified. To aid in achieving this goal, three checkboxes appear at the top of the page. The item that best applies to the previous Authority Document should be check marked. Since most Power Documents are considered to either deliver “Health Care Powers” or “Financial Powers,” these will be the first two checkbox categories. A third checkbox (“Other”) has been supplied in case the document being revoked does not fit into either of these categories. If so, then mark this check box and supply the previous document’s classification.

3 – Specify The Identity Of The Principal, The Concerned Document, And The Agent

The body of this template will contain language structured, so the Principal may issue and proclaim that a previous document he or she issued must be revoked through the execution of this one. While this language will generally apply to most if not all situations, it requires some input so that it can be applicable to the situation being handled. Several blank spaces have been strategically placed throughout the main passage for this purpose. Begin by supplying the Principal’s Full and Legal Name on the first blank line. Next, two more areas will require attention so the document being revoked may be aptly defined. Supply the Title of the concerned Power Document on the second blank space then, its Execution Date (DD/Month Name/YY) across the three blank spaces following the term “…Previously Executed On The”The next two blank spaces shall focus on the recipient of Principal Power in the previous Authority. List the Name of the Agent or Attorney-in-Fact whose Power is being revoked here on the line preceding the words “…As My Agent” then fill in the Full Name of every Alternate Agent who may have been named in the previous document on the blank line preceding “…As My Alternate Successor Agent.”

4 – The Principal’s Signature Must Be Secured To Execute This Form

The Principal may only revoke the previously named document by signing this paperwork. He or she should supply the Date of Signature across the blank lines supplied in the “This Revocation Was Signed” statement at the bottom of the page. The Principal must sign his or her Name on the “Signature Of Principal” line. He or she will also need to present his or her Printed Name directly below this. The Notary Acknowledgment Page should only be filled in by the Notary Public when he or she notarizes the Principal Signing.