Oregon Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The Oregon Revocation of Power of Attorney is a standard legal document that states notable information regarding a Principal’s decision to revoke a Power of Attorney. Once it is executed, the document will essentially terminate the Power of Attorney agreement named in the revocation. Moreover, it will put an end to the respective Agent’s authority to act in the place of the Principal. While it is entirely the Principal’s choice to revoke a Power of Attorney, it is recommended that they consider the decision wisely. After all, it will result in a marked change in how the affairs the Agent was carrying out on their behalf will be handled henceforth.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 127.015) – State law is silent on the matter of signing requirements for a Revocation of Power of Attorney. It is therefore recommended that parents/guardians sign the Power of Attorney not only before a Notary Public, but also (if feasible) two (2) disinterested witnesses.