Ohio Durable Statutory Power of Attorney Form: Free Template Downloads

An Ohio power of attorney form is a document that gives a person the ability to appoint another person to make decisions and manage their affairs on their behalf legally. Once signed, the appointed agent has the authority to handle financial, medical, guardianship, and tax-related matters for the person granting the power of attorney.

Last updated July 17th, 2024

An Ohio power of attorney form is a document that gives a person the ability to appoint another person to make decisions and manage their affairs on their behalf legally. Once signed, the appointed agent has the authority to handle financial, medical, guardianship, and tax-related matters for the person granting the power of attorney.

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An Ohio durable statutory power of attorney form allows a person (the “principal”) to designate another person (the “agent”) to handle their financial matters. The term “durable” means that the form stays legally valid even if the principal becomes mentally disabled.

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What is the Definition of “Power of Attorney”?

Definition by the Uniform Power of Attorney Act:

“A “Power of attorney” is a document that gives an agent the authority to act on behalf of the principal.”

Source: § 102(7)

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Ohio Statutory POA Form

Form § 1337.60

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Recording the POA 

A power of attorney for real property transactions must be recorded with the county recorder before any related deeds, mortgages, or leases.

Source: § 1337.04

Ohio PDF Power of Attorney Form: Preview Example

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Ohio Durable Power Of Attorney

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