I have a client who due to a disability is unable to sign a document. She wants to change her POA.
Below is a link from the Ohio Legislature that provides information on the requirements for a valid power of attorney.
If you have further questions, it is recommended that you consult with a local attorney.
Many states also have special provisions for people who are illiterate or physically unable to write, but you should consult with a local lawyer to insure you are handling things properly for your location!
This answer is offered for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or create an attorney/client relationship. I am licensed to practice in Michigan only. Please seek competent local legal help if you feel you need legal advice!
More information is needed. The answer depends on the type of disability, the kind of POA she currently has, and the kind of POA she wants. I would recommend contacting an Ohio attorney to determine what is legally proper in her circumstances.
The information expressed in this answer is general information and is not intended to convey legal advice.
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