Once I sign a durable power of attorney, can I change my mind?

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You absolutely may change your mind. You have the legal right to do that at any time as long as you got the legal capacity to do that. You are the master, they are your agent. If you decide to revoke the durable power of attorney, it should be in writing and the revocation should be delivered to your former agent.

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