There are online services that will help you find Mark. There will be a fee for this service. The more information you can provide, the better information you will get. Full name, date of birth, Social Security number, and last known address will help. Also, call his relatives if you know them. Tell them you have revoked the power of attorney and send them letters telling them that. You can file a revocation with the county clerk. You will probably need an attorney to help you do that correctly.
I have practiced law for over 40 years and currently reside in Colorado. I am licensed to practice in Texas and Colorado. For the most part, I practice in the area of estate planning, which includes drafting wills and powers of attorney, guardianships, probate, real estate, and related issues. My response to your question does not create an attorney-client relationship with me or any attorney. My response is based on the information provided.
If Mr. McMillon is an attorney in Texas, you can look him up through the State Bar of Texas:
Thank you very much for allowing me to provide you with information. This information does not constitute an attorney-client relationship nor does it constitute specific legal advice, which I cannot provide in this forum.
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