Free Alaska Power of Attorney Forms | 9 Types

Alaska power of attorney, as described in Title 13, Chapter 26 (Protection of Persons Under Disability and Their Property; Powers of Attorney), allows a person known to the Principal called an Attorney In Fact or Agent, to perform limited or broad acts, depending upon the needs of the Principal, usually with regard to financial or medical decisions.

However, there are other needs that may require these legal documents, such as the temporary care of minor children, taxes, vehicles, or other limited needs.

State Definition AS 13.26.645

Alaska Durable Financial Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska durable power of attorney form is a very broad and sweeping document that once the date is provided to make it effective will basically hand over all powers to your Attorney In Fact. The Principal must carefully select their agent and be certain that this person will be someone the Principal feels they […]

Alaska General Financial Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska general financial power of attorney form is a document which allows an attorney in fact/agent the authority to execute certain transactions without specifications of any particular property and generally without any power limitation. This document in the state of Alaska will allow an agent to completely take over the property of the principal. If […]

Alaska Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska limited (special) power of attorney form allows a person to select someone else to handle a specific action or responsibility. The person that is stepping in the principal’s shoes, the “Agent”, will be able to act in the absence of the Principal for the listed activity or activities. The limited power of attorney is […]

Alaska Medical Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska medical power of attorney form is a formal document written in advance of an incapacitating illness that states a patient’s choices regarding health care if the patient becomes unable to make decisions for themselves. (See AS 13.52.010) A patient has the right to name an attorney in fact/agent to take over the health care decisions when […]

Alaska Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska minor child of attorney form is a document in which a parent or a guardian of a minor or incapacitated person, by a properly executed power of attorney, may delegate to another person, for a period not exceeding one year, any powers regarding care, custody, or property of the minor child or ward, except […]

Alaska Real Estate ONLY Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska real estate only power of attorney form is a document that would be completed by a Principal appointing an agent that may oversee the sale, refinancing, management or any transaction only with regard to their real estate or a portion of the real property. The Agent must care for the care and/or business as if […]

Alaska Revocation Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska revocation power of attorney form is form that is used by a Principal that has prepared any type or power document, that would like to revoke the document and advise the Agent(s) that their assistance is no longer required. This document will require notarization. How to Write Step 1 – Begin by Downloading the Document – […]

Alaska Tax Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska Tax power of attorney form is a document signed by the taxpayer by which another individual, also known as an attorney in fact is given the authority to appear before the department and act for the taxpayer. The acts of the attorney-in-fact are binding on the taxpayer. A power of attorney may be general […]

Alaska Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska vehicle power of attorney form is a document to be used when you want to assign someone to sign all of the documents related to the title and registration of your motor vehicle on your behalf in the State of Alaska. The state of Alaska requires that this Power of Attorney form be notarized and […]