resident wants a form to have her dgt not longer be her POA
Resident needs to put in writing that daughter's POA is revoked. Hopefully, the resident is still of sound mind so she can do this. See the following: https://eforms.com/power-of-attorney/pa/pennsylvania-revocation-of-power-of-attorney/
Standard language of POAs have a revocation clause applying to any previous POAs, so the Resident can simply execute a new POA naming someone else, assuming she has the capacity to do so. Resident would then want to provide a copy of the new POA to her bank or any other financial institution so they know not to honor the previous POA.
The prior answers are certainly appropriate for the question asked.
If the "resident" were my client, I would want to know who she wants to be her Agent and if there has been any undo influence. I have seen a number of situations where employees are nice to residents who then names them as the Agent with high fees charged, leaves them a portion or all of the estate and other benefits to the new Agent. Therefore when I see this type of situation, I like to have an independent Agent appointed and certainly not the facility or an employee of the facility.
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