Hawaii Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

In cases where a Principal creates a Power of Attorney they no longer wish to remain in effect, they have the option of executing a Hawaii Revocation of Power of Attorney to terminate it. As § 551E-51 states, revoking a Power of Attorney, is, in fact, one of only a handful of circumstances a POA will terminate. Other circumstances include the death of the Principal, the occurrence of a termination event stated in a POA (e.g. in a General POA), the accomplishment of a POA’s purpose, and in some circumstances, the end of a marriage.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 551E-6) – Hawaii state law is silent regarding signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney. It is, however, in the Principal’s interests to have their signature to the form sighted by a Notary Public.