Wisconsin Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The Wisconsin revocation power of attorney form is a document that is completed by a Principal who has a powers document in place but would now like to revoke the powers stated. Notice of revocation must be provided in writing and delivered or served to the Agent(s).

The Agent must be in possession of the document before it’s considered valid. The original document should be retained by the Principal for record keeping. Copies should also be sent to all interested parties, who hold a copy of the powers document. Signatures to this document must be witnessed by a notary.

How to Write

Step 1 – Revocation Information –

  • Once the document has been downloaded, the Principal should review the initial page addressing the stance of Wisconsin state laws regarding revocation of powers

Step 2 – Revocation of Powers – Submit the following information:

  • Principal’s name
  • Date of execution of the powers document to be revoked
  • Agent’s name
  • Alternate Agent’s name (if any)

Step 3 – Signatures – Provide the following:

  • Provide the immediate effective date in dd/m/yy format
  • Principal’s printed name
  • Principal’s signature

Step 4 – Witnesses – Complete the following:

  • Date each signature in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • Witnesses signatures
  • Printed names
  • Witnesses addresses

Step 5 – Notarization –

  • Notary shall witness signatures
  • All required information will be completed in acknowledgement
  • Notary shall affix the official seal

Step 6 – Notice and Sample Letter – Review:

  • Read the information regarding the provision of notice
  • Read the sample letter and complete if this is the letter the Principal chooses to use as cover to the revocation notice