Is a Power of Attorney executed in one State valid in another?

Full Question:

I had a power of attorney paper for my brother for his medical in ohio he moved to a different state do the paper work still stand in a different state
03/08/2017   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Ohio   |   #33619

Answer:

The general answer is yes, if it was executed in accordance with the laws of the State of residence it should be valid in other States. However, if the move was permanent it would be safer to get one for the State of the new residence if he is competent to execute a new one.