Ohio General Power of Attorney Form

An Ohio general power of attorney is used to authorize an individual to act as a financial representative for the person executing the document, known as the principal. This representative, or “attorney-in-fact,” has the power to act on the principal’s behalf in matters such as banking, real estate, taxes, trusts, investments, and general financial affairs.

Ohio General Power of Attorney Form

An Ohio general power of attorney is used to authorize an individual to act as a financial representative for the person executing the document, known as the principal. This representative, or “attorney-in-fact,” has the power to act on the principal’s behalf in matters such as banking, real estate, taxes, trusts, investments, and general financial affairs.

Last updated May 18th, 2024

An Ohio general power of attorney is used to authorize an individual to act as a financial representative for the person executing the document, known as the principal. This representative, or “attorney-in-fact,” has the power to act on the principal’s behalf in matters such as banking, real estate, taxes, trusts, investments, and general financial affairs.

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Signing Requirements

An Ohio general POA will not terminate in the event of the principal’s incapacitation unless they state in the special instructions that the agent’s powers will be revoked upon this event.[1]

Signing Requirements

It is strongly recommended that the principal signs a power of attorney in the presence of a notary public, but this is not technically a legal requirement in order for the form to be valid.[2]

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Ohio General Financial Power Of Attorney