Martinson & Beason, PC | Douglas C Martinson II
It is easy to do. You either tear it up or file a written Revocation and file in the Probate Court of your county and notify the banks you have revoked it. You should also notify her that you are revoking it so she has notice. You can then execute a Power of Attorney to your wife. However, it is not necessary that you give someone a PoA unless you want them to handle your financial affairs.
Answer Applies to: Alabama