North Carolina Revocation of Power of Attorney
Cancel your Power of Attorney with this Revocation of Power of Attorney form for North Carolina residents.
- So long as you are mentally capable, you have the right to cancel an existing Power of Attorney at any time, and revoke the powers you gave to your attorney-in-fact.
- Once you have signed the form, give a copy of it to the attorney-in-fact.
- You should also give a copy to any bank, trust company, and other firms or people that your attorney has been dealing with on your behalf.
This North Carolina Revocation of Power of Attorney
is a free downloadable legal form.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016