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    what do I send to terminate an attorney
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    Are you seeking to revoke a lasting power of attorney?

    If so the format is:
    Deed of revocation

    “This deed of revocation is made by [your name] of [your address].

    1: I granted a lasting power of attorney for property and financial affairs/health and welfare (delete as appropriate) on [date you signed the lasting power of attorney] appointing [name of first attorney] of [address of first attorney] and [name of second attorney] of [address of second attorney] to act as my attorney(s).

    2: I revoke the lasting power of attorney and the authority granted by it.

    Signed and delivered as a deed [your signature]
    Date signed [date]
    Witnessed by [signature of witness]
    Full name of witness [name of witness]
    Address of witness [address of witness]”

    Send it to:
    Office of the Public Guardian
    PO Box 16185
    Birmingham
    B2 2WH

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