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You can revoke it at any time, so long as you are mentally competent, by either a) executing a new Power of Attorney whereby you appoint someone else, or by giving written notice to your "agent" that you are revoking the Power of Attorney.I would send the notice certified mail or with tracking so you have proof of delivery. It doesn't have to be formal, something like "I, ***** *****, of My Town, My State, hereby revoke the Power of Attorney I made dated __________, whereby I named _________ as my agent in fact on my behalf."Dated: __________
Yes you can.Then I would leave the date out. I would just say something like "I hereby revoke any and all Power of Attorney I have executed whereby I named ___________ to serve as my agent in fact, effective immediately."