Kansas Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas revocation power of attorney form is a document that will allow a Principal or Parent (who has put into place a minor child powers form) to provide notice to an Agent or Guardian that their powers have been revoked and their service are no longer required. Simply complete the form and provide signatures before a notary and deliver the document to the agent/guardian.

How to Write

Step 1 – The Parties – Enter the following:

  • Enter the name of the Principal
  • Enter the date of the document being revoked
  • Enter the name of the Agent who held powers

Step 2 – Execution –

  • Provide a date in which the Principal would like to make the revocation effective
  • The Principal must provide a signature before a notary

Step 3 – Witnesses – The Principal must have two, completely unrelated adults sign the document OR

  • The Principal may sign the document before a notary public

Step 4 – Notarization –

Should the Principal choose to retain a Notary Public, the notary must witness the Principal’s signature. Once the signature has witnessed the signature, they will enter the notary requirements and affix the official state seal

Make copies of the document, provide copies to Agents and retain the original copy for record keeping.