An Ohio power of attorney is a legal document by which you can delegate certain powers to a person of your choice. POA forms are widely used to appoint representatives for healthcare issues, financial matters, and even temporary custody of children.
Here you will find various POA forms created for any needs. Our experts carefully worked out the material and created documents that are easy to adapt to your needs. You can also use state-issued POAs: Statutory Form, State of Ohio Health Care Power of Attorney, Form BMV 3771 for vehicles, Form TBOR 1 for taxes.
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Medical power of attorney can be completed by any adult resident of Ohio to name an agent to make health care decisions for the principal. It is important to make sure that the designated person is aware of your wishes and instructions.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary or Two Witnesses|
|Download||PDF Template | State of Ohio Health Care Power of Attorney (DOC)|
General power of attorney is similar to DPOA. The difference is that this form will cease to function as soon as the principal dies or becomes incapacitated. But the document is also used to name an agent for financial matters.
|Also Known As||Generic Financial POA|
Limited power of attorney is used when you want to create a personalized POA suited to your specific needs. The effect of this form is limited both in time and in scope.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney allows parents to transfer the rights and responsibilities regarding the care of their children. The form must include a list of the circumstances in which it will be used (for example, illness or departure of a parent).
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
|Download||PDF Template | POA|
Real estate power of attorney is used to shift the handling of your real property to someone else. The trustee will be able to perform day-to-day duties as well as financial transactions related to real estate on your behalf.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (Form TBOR 1) is the legal way to appoint a representative to handle your tax matters before the Ohio Department of Taxation. By providing details of yourself and a representative, you authorize them to use your tax information and fill out forms.
|Also Known As||Form TBOR 1|
|Signing Requirements||Principal and Representative|
|Download||Form TBOR 1 (DOC)|
Vehicle power of attorney (Form BMV 3771) will help you if you want to have someone to handle the management of your vehicle. Fill out the form and your representative will be in charge of you at the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
|Also Known As||BMV POA|
|Download||Form BMV 3771|