How to Revoke a Power of Attorney

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There are a variety of reasons why you may want or need to revoke your power of attorney. Each state has its own specific requirements. It is important to follow the exact procedures of your state so that it is properly revoked. If you are revoking it because you no longer trust the person you named to help you, imagine the potential dangers in the future if you thought you properly revoked it but it turns out you didn't?

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