Connecticut Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The Connecticut revocation power of attorney form is a document that is used by a Principal who has selected an Agent to oversee real property. This form will allow the Principal to end that relationship, by completing the document before a notary and then delivering it to the Agent and all others interested. This document will require notarization.

How to Write

Step 1 – Check Applicable Boxes –

  • Check the boxes that apply
  • Health Care Powers
  • Financial Powers
  • Other – Enter any other documents that may apply

Step 2 – The Parties –

  • Enter the name of the Principal
  • Enter the title of the document(s)
  • Enter the date of execution
  • Enter the name of the Agent
  • Enter the name of the Alternate Agent (if applicable)
  • Enter the date that the Principal would like the document to become effective in dd/mm/yyyy format

Step 3 – Signature and Notary Acknowledgement –

  • Before a Notary Public, the Principal must enter
  • Their Printed Name
  • Their Signature

Once the Notary has witnessed the signature of the Principal, the notary will then acknowledge the document.