Ohio Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

The Ohio Revocation of Power of Attorney is a means of making a written record of a Principal’s revocation of a Power of Attorney in the state of Ohio. While state law is silent on the precise format a revocation should follow, the document provided here clearly and concisely addresses the matter by recording all vital details of the revocation. State law is also silent on the matter of signing requirements for the revocation of most Power of Attorney forms, so it is important that the Principal ascertains whether there are any that relate to their respective form. This can be done by referencing the section below, which also highlights recommendations for a Principal to follow if their form lacks requirements.