POWER OF ATTORNEY
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Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Wills
- Franklin County Recorder Living Will Forms: Click on the link that says "Living Will Information".
- For sample forms, follow instructions at the end of the Advance Directives text.
- Ohio Hospice and Palliative Care Association: Advance directives packet (includes Living Will and Durable Health Care Power of Attorney)
- Ohio State Bar Association:
- See the following chapters and sections:
Ohio’s Right of Disposition Law
- This legislation, effective October 12, 2006, allows an individual to choose the person who will be in charge of funeral arrangements and burial. If nobody is named, the statute will determine the order in which survivors may choose.
Physician/Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST/MOLST)
Financial Powers of Attorney/Powers of Attorney
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