Alaska Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

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An Alaska durable (statutory) power of attorney gives a person the ability to transfer their individual monetary and business rights to someone else. The principal should know the full capacity to which the power they are giving their agent by reading the form and initializing where necessary. In addition, the principal should be advised that the power they are giving the agent remains in force even if they should become incapacitated (not legally able to make decisions any longer on their own) unless otherwise is stated.

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Laws

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

Signing Requirements

The principal must have their signature acknowledged in the presence of a notary public (Sec. 13.26.600).

Statutory Form

The statutory form can be found at Sec. 13-26-645 of the Alaska Statutes.

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