New Mexico Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The New Mexico revocation power of attorney form is a document that would be utilized by the Principal who has implemented a powers document and has determined that they would like to cancel or revoke the powers granted by the previously prepared document.

The date placed upon this document will make it as immediately available as the date state by the Principal. This document must be signed before a Notary Public.

How to Write

Step 1 – Use of the Document –

  • Check one or all of the boxes that will best indicate the documents that would be revoked
  • Health Care Powers
  • Financial Powers
  • Other (provide any other titled documents that the Principal would like to revoke)

Step 2 – The Parties – Enter the following information:

  • The Principal’s Name
  • The title(s) previously executed, to be revoked
  • Enter the date(s) of the documents to be revoked
  • The Agent’s Name
  • The name of the Alternate Agent

Step 3 – Date of Revocation –

  • Enter the date that the revocation is being signed to make it immediately available

Step 4 – Signature – Must

  • The printed name of the Principal
  • The Principal’s Signature

Step 5 – Notarization –

The notary shall witness the Principal’s Signature and complete the acknowledgement by entering the required information into the remainder of the form and affixing the official seal.