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Alaska Power of Attorney is a document that can be written and modified so that a person is able to set their future rights and decisions to be made by another person for medical or financial needs. All power of attorney documents in Alaska must be signed in the presence of a notary public, except for State tax purposes. After the form has been authorized it can be used immediately and must be presented every time the agent performs an action on behalf of the principal.

LawsTitle 13, Chapter 26 (Protection of Persons Under Disability and Their Property; Powers of Attorney)


Durable Power of Attorney – Solely for the use of a financial representation of an individual or business. The document remains in effect if and when the principal should become in a mental state of incapacitation.

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  • Signing Requirements (AS 13.26.600): Signed by Principal and acknowledged by Notary Public

General Power of Attorney – Used by a principal to select someone else to handle their personal monetary or business decisions, although unlike the durable, does not remain in effect of the principal should become incapacitated.

Limited Power of Attorney – A principal that would like the agent to make decisions, conduct, or manage a clearly defined monetary related act.

Medical Power of Attorney (Advance Health Care Directive) – To elect an agent to handle any type of health care related decision in the chance that the principal may not be able to do so on their own.

Minor (Child) Power of Attorney (PG-700) – A parent may have another person handle the responsibility of their children with this form for a period of up to one (1) year.

Real Estate Power of Attorney – Elect another person to sell, manage, or have the power to refinance the premises.

Revocation of a Power of Attorney – To cancel a presently valid power of attorney form.

Tax Power of Attorney (775 POA) – Used by a filer to have someone else, usually a certified public accountant (CPA), to handle all their tax preparation needs with the Department of Revenue.

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  • Signing Requirements: None

Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form 847) – Used by an owner of a vehicle to choose someone else to sign any and all documents relating to title and registration for the following vehicle.

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  • Signing Requirements: Signed by Principal and acknowledged by Notary Public

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