The Alaska general power of attorney form is designated for residents that would like to have someone else be 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 who is highly trustworthy.
Complete the form with the agent and have signed in the presence of a notary public in order for it to be considered valid. There is no record made after it is completed so it is very important that it be kept in a safe place so that it’s easily accessible.
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