Any power of attorney signed and executed in Wyoming State is revocable under the provision of WY Stat § 3-5-103 (2013). The signing principal must file duly completed and notarized instrument of revocation to the County Clerk’s office to execute the revocation. Enclosing a copy of the power of attorney subjected to termination is necessary for the revocation of the said power of attorney. A power of attorney carrying powers described in W.S. 3-5-101 or 3-5-102 is subject to revocation unless and until special instructions of revocations are mentioned in the document. You may choose to mention the cause of the termination in the instrument of revocation if necessary.
Wyoming Revocation of Power of Attorney Facts
- You as the signing principal are in the capacity to process termination of the power of attorney due to various causes and influential/circumstantial factors.
- Constructive notice of termination is issued upon the recording of the instrument of revocation.
- You must provide all particulars accurately and legibly. You may select to type or print this instrument.
- Your signature before the Notary Public of Wyoming State is required for effective execution and recording of the instrument.
- You signing this instrument construes that the previously issued power of attorney and the copy of the same enclosed is no longer in force and the attorney in fact appointed previously has no powers to take any/all financial decisions on your behalf.
Directions for Revoking a Power of Attorney in Wyoming
Step 1: Complete the foremost section of the instrument of revocation by providing your personal details, date of the execution of the power of attorney and the name of the attorney in fact appointed by executing the power of attorney.
Step 2: Insert the date of the execution of the instrument of revocation and sign before the Notary Public of Wyoming State. You by signing the instrument undertake the revocation of the previously issued power of attorney in spite if the cause of the termination is furnished in the instrument or not.
Step 3: Submit the instrument to the Notary Public for notarization. Date along with the seal and signature of the Notary Public is required on the instrument.
Step 4: Submit duly filled and notarized instrument of the revocation along with a copy of the previously issued power of attorney to the county clerk’s office of the county of your residency for recording and revocation of the powers.