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Washington Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

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Washington Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Updated June 02, 2022

A Washington Revocation of Power of Attorney Form can be used in the event you wish to cancel an appointment of principal power that was issued in the past and is still active. You will need several pieces of information present on the original power document, so make sure it is handy when filling out this paperwork. Once you have transcribed some basic information, make sure to deliver the copies of the finished revocation to each agent, successor agent, and any third parties who rely on the previous appointment of authority. It is imperative these parties are put on notice of the revocation, otherwise, they may not be liable for continuing to act as if it was in effect.

How to Write

1 – The Washington Template Required Revocation Is Obtainable Here

Download this template via the buttons under the image to revoke Principal Powers in Washington.

2 – Fill In The Information Requested By This Template

Find the words “Filed For Record At The Request Of” in the box near the top right corner of the pager. Supply the Full Name and Address of the Principal issuing this revocation  This template will provide a mandatory statement of revocation and an area for the attending Notary Public. We will begin by filling in the Full Name of the Attorney-in-Fact whose Principal Power must now be revoked or terminated onto the blank line after the words “…I Gave To” Note: Make sure the Attorney-in-Fact’s Name is reported exactly as it was recorded on the previous grant of Principal Power. 

3 – Furnish The Dated And Notarized Principal Signature To This Execution

Next, on the blank line labeled “Dated,” the Principal must enter the Calendar Date of this Revocation.

The blank line below this must be signed by the Principal.

The Notary Public will handle the box below the Signature. He or she will verify the Principal Signing by subjecting this document to the notarization process.