An Ohio revocation of power of attorney form, when properly executed, will cancel a valid power of attorney document. It is possible to revoke a power of attorney orally (with the proper witnesses present), but a written revocation form serves as much more secure way of terminating a POA. Once this revocation document has been completed, copies should be sent to all individuals or entities who currently have and are following instructions as per the original power of attorney document. This will ensure that there are no undesired actions taken by anybody concerning the original power of attorney’s direction after it has been terminated.
Signing Requirements – No specific signing requirements mentioned in State statutes; notarization is recommended.