Alaska Power of Attorney Forms

The Alaska power of attorney documents, under Title 13, Chapter 26, allow for a person to grant someone else the power to act on their behalf for any financial, tax (filing), medical, or vehicle related decision. The forms are available in ‘durable’ formats which allows the principal to keep the agent in place making decisions on his/her behalf even if they should become mentally incapacitated. All durable power of attorney documents must be signed with the principal and a notary public present.