You can end (i.e. revoke) your LPA, so long as you have the mental capacity to make that decision. You will need to sign a formal Deed of Revocation and notify a number of required individuals.
If you want to change your LPA, for example by removing an attorney and appointing another person to act, you will need to revoke your existing LPA and sign a fresh one.
If you would like assistance to end an LPA, please contact our specialists.