The Alaska durable power of attorney form grants someone else the unrestricted financial permission to act on your behalf for all related activity including if you become in a mental state of mind where you can no longer think for yourself. The form must be completed and signed by all parties (a second and third agent may be created in the chance the first one selected may not be able to act for you) in front of a notary public.
Durable “Definition” – AS 13.26.675
Laws – § 13-26-645
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (AS 13.26.600)
When the form has become legal, copies should be given to all the agents involved as the form will be required to be shown every time it is used or representation needed.