Ohio Power of Attorney Forms
The Ohio Power of Attorney Forms are a set of legal forms that give one person the authority to make decisions or act in the place of another person. While there are many terms that can be used to refer to these people, the most common term for the person being given the authority is the Agent, while the most common for the person giving the power is the Principal.
Ohio Limited Power of Attorney Form
The Ohio Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Agent a single, fixed power. This is usually because the Principal wishes to delegate management of an aspect of their finances to another person. This is often simply…Read more ›
Ohio Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Ohio Durable Power of Attorney Form is designed for a Principal who wants to ensure that their Agent will retain their powers, even after the Principal has been incapacitated. What exactly constitutes incapacitation can vary, but in general it…Read more ›
Ohio Medical Power of Attorney Form
The Ohio Medical Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Agent the legal power to make decisions about the Principal’s medical treatment and care. While it is technically a Durable Limited Power of Attorney, this power cannot be…Read more ›
Ohio General Power of Attorney Form
The Ohio General Power of Attorney Form is designed for a Principal who wishes to give their Agent blanket power over the Principal’s financial affairs and monetary issues. This includes a wide range of actions that the Agent can perform,…Read more ›
Similarly, there are a wide variety of different kind of Power of Attorney forms, ranging from the extremely broad, that will give the Agent authority over many aspects of the Principal’s life, to the extremely specialized, that might give the Agent a single task to complete. What form the Principal needs depends on what powers they wish to give to their Agent, so they should consider all of the forms below carefully before picking what agreement they wish to draft.
Ohio Power of Attorney Law
- Ohio Revised Code, Title 13, Chapter 1337