Massachusetts Revocation of Power of Attorney Form
Once a Massachusetts Revocation of Power of Attorney is effective, the Agent to the Power of Attorney in question must give up any and all decision make powers which were bestowed to them by the Principal. Although the document is available for use at any time by any Principal to a Power of Attorney, in order for it to be considered valid, the Principal must not have been coerced to execute it. If the Principal indeed wishes to execute it, they should furnish the Agent as well as any other individuals or entities involved so all relevant parties are aware of the situation.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code
Signing Requirements – A Revocation of Power of Attorney is a legal form without signing requirements specifically mentioned in relevant state laws. The most recommended course of action is for the Principal to organize for their signature to be notarized by a Notary Public and/or witnessed by two (2) disinterested witnesses.