General Power of Attorney Form | Alaska

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Updated on April 12th, 2023

An Alaska general power of attorney form is designated for residents that would like to have someone else able to represent their interests in financial activity. Unlike the durable version, if the Principal should become incapacitated, the form becomes void. Although the document has the same unrestricted powers and should only be given to someone highly trustworthy.

Signing Requirements – Must be signed in the presence of a notary public for it to be considered valid. No record is made after it is completed, so it’s important to be kept in a safe place to be easily accessible.