Updated on October 27th, 2021
An Ohio limited power of attorney enables an individual (the “principal”) to assign an agent with the responsibility of completing a specific task on their behalf. This type of arrangement can be used for the completion of a single action or the performance of certain duties without a set end date. A limited power of attorney will expire once its purpose has been fulfilled, a termination date is reached, or by the principal’s written revocation. The agent will automatically lose their powers of attorney if the principal is incapacitated.
Signing Requirements (§ 1337.25) – Notary Public