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Ohio Statutory Power of Attorney Form

The Ohio statutory power of attorney is a statutory form of Alaska used by the grantor to authorize the attorney-in-fact to act on his/her behalf in his/her property and other related matters.

Ohio Statutory Power of Attorney Form
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Ohio Statutory Form Power Of Attorney Cover Letter 1 | Page
STATE OF OHIO
STATUTORY FORM POWER OF ATTORNEY
COVER LETTER
See the “Important Information” section in the attached document. After reviewing the
contents of this packet, you may have additional questions or concerns specific to your
personal situation. In such a case, it is important that you discuss your concerns with
your family and your lawyer. If you are an Ohio resident age 60 or older, you may call
the Pro Seniors’ Senior Legal Helpline at 1-800-488-6070 to schedule a free telephone
appointment for legal advice.
WARNING
Under Ohio law, it is a crime to unlawfully or improperly use an adult’s resources for
monetary or personal benefit, profit, or gain without the adult’s consent. The law may
further require that any person having knowledge of such abuse, neglect or exploitation
of a person age 60 or older report that information to the county office of Adult
Protective Services.
SUBJECTS TO INCLUDE IN YOUR AGENT”S GENERAL AUTHORITY
To give your agent general authority to act for you with respect to the subjects listed
below, you must also write your INITIALS on the form, on the line to the left of each
subject to include in your agent's general authority. You must initial the subjects you
chose to give to your agent on the form prior to signing the form.
Real Property
Tangible Personal Property
Stocks and Bonds
Commodities and Options
Banks and Other Financial Institutions
Operation of Entity or Business
Insurance and Annuities
Estates, Trusts, and Other Beneficial Interests
Claims and Litigation
Personal and Family Maintenance
Benefits from Governmental Programs or Civil or Military Service
Retirement Plans
Taxes
Generally in order for your agent to exercise authority over these subjects, you must also
write your INITIALS on the form, on the line to the left of each subject to include in your
agent's general authority. However, if you chose to give your agent authority over all the
subjects listed, instead of initialing each subject, you may simply write your INITIALS
on the form, on the line to the left of "All Preceding Subjects" at the bottom of the subject
list on the form prior to signing the form.
Ohio Statutory Power of Attorney Form
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