This brochure explains how Ohio’s Medicaid Estate Recovery program works. The Medicaid Estate Recovery program allows the state of Ohio to collect Medicaid payments from the estates of former Medicaid recipients.
This brochure explains the steps you need to take to revoke a Financial Power of Attorney. The brochure also has a fill-in-the-blank form you can fill out to revoke the Financial Power of Attorney.
This brochure explains the steps you need to take to revoke a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and Living Will. The brochure also has a fill-in-the-blank form you can fill out to revoke the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and Living Will.
This brochure explains a grandparent’s rights with his or her grandchildren. The brochure talks about when a grandparent has a right to visitation and when a grandparent can receive child support for a grandchild.
This packet has fill-in-the-blank forms for when parents agree to allow a grandparent to make school and medical decisions for a child.
This packet has fill-in-the-blank forms for when a grandparent wants to make school and medical decisions for a child but the parents are not available to agree to this.
You can create your own Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs online. This form only works for residents of Ohio.
You can create your own simple will online. If you need a more complex will drafted, you should talk with a private attorney. This form only works for residents of Ohio.
This packet from the Ohio State Bar Association has fill-in-the-blank forms for a Health Care Power of Attorney, a Living Will, and a Donor Registry. You do not need to fill out all three forms. You can fill out the forms you want to fill out.
Click the link below to request services online or call our office that serves the county where you live. Briefly tell the secretary what the problem is. If you’ve received any papers from the court, you should have them handy so you can read from them.