General Power of Attorney Ohio Form – Adobe PDF
Use the Ohio general power of attorney to grant someone, known as the “Agent”, financial powers that allow the individual unlimited access to your financial and business affairs. The person selected may be able to handle any type of decision as long as it is to your best interest. You may restrict various monetary power by not initializing any statements on the form that you do not with the representative to have.
The form is a duplicate of the durable version except for the fact that it does not remain in effect if you should become in a state of mind where you can no longer think for yourself.
- Like all power of attorney forms in Ohio, the document must be signed with at least two (2) witnesses present or a notary public for it to be legal for use.