Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney Form is amended by 129th General Assembly File No. 180, HB 279, § 1, eff. 3/21/2013. The power of attorney grants the right to a grandparent of the child to act as custodian in case the child’s natural parents are ill, unable to provide financial support to the child, are homeless, unable to handle responsibility due to physical or mental condition, and when the power of attorney is in the best interest of the child. Notarization of the power of attorney is very essential for its legal standing and effectiveness.
Filing the power of attorney to the juvenile court in the jurisdiction with the residential address of the attorney in fact is necessary. Various other terms, conditions, and directives for a grandparent acting attorney in fact, school officials, and health care providers are described in subsequent sections of the power of attorney. The power of attorney is revocable under the clauses and conditions mentioned in it. Read additional information for further clarity on any issues or ambiguities.
How to Fill the Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney Form
Commence with writing your address, name of the county and state and then write the address of a grandparent and the name of the county. Proceed with filling the name, date of birth, and Social Security Number of the child in the spaces provided. Type the name of the child again in the next space provided. Reading clauses of effectiveness and execution of the Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney in the declaration is crucial before signing and executing the document. Sending notification to all concerned is necessary in case of the termination of the power of attorney for whatsoever reason other than the death of grandparent acting as attorney in fact.
Mention the date of execution of the Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney after the declaration by the signing principle along with the signatures of parent/s and/or guardian and/or custodian as applicable. Signature of grandparent or acting attorney in fact is needed in the space next to parent’s signature.
The next section of notarization is filled by the Notary Public of Ohio State along with the seal and signature. Mention the date, name of the state and county in the space provided for the same.
Page 3 to page 6 has terms, conditions, and directives for the creation, execution, and revocation of Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney as applicable. The Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney is binding on school officials and healthcare service providers under the clauses mentioned in these pages. Execution of the Ohio Child Custody to Grandparent Power of Attorney under misrepresentation or falsification of facts is a punishable offense under section 2921.13 of the Revised Code, punishable by the Sanctions under Chapter 2929.