I like the answer. It is simple. However I see googling around there are "forms" requiring notarization that are also used. Such as:I,_______________________(Principal's name), of ________________(Principal's Street Address), city of _________________________, County of __________________________, State of ____________________________, hereby revoke the power of attorney
dated __________________, 20___ given to, and empowering ____________________________ __________________ (name of Attorney-in-Fact) to act in my behalf as my true and lawful attorney in order to handle my financial affairs and health care decisions should I become incapacitated and not be able to do so myself, and I declare that all power and authority granted under said of power of attorney is hereby revoked and withdrawn.Dated: ________________________, 20___._____________________________
PrincipalWITNESS1- _____________________________ of _________________________________(address)2- _____________________________ of _________________________________(address)NOTARYIN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, a notary Public of the State of ______________, duly commissioned and sworn, have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal in the _________________ County of _______________________ on this date of _________________, 20____.___________________________________
NotaryMy commission expires: _____/_____/__________This is where I found the above>>http://www.usattorneylegalservices.com/revoke-power-of-attorney.htmlSo does this change your answer in any way?