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 the power to consent to marriage or adoption of a minor ward. This document may be revoked at any time in writing and by delivery to the attorney in fact/agent. If you are a parent (principal) or guardian who must delegate temporary authority for your minor child(ren) and you are unsure of your rights or the the rights of your child(ren) you may wish to seek consultation with a family law attorney. (See AS 13.26.020)

How To Write

Step 1 – Begin by downloading the document and providing the following information:

  • Principal’s (Parent or guardian) Name
  • Principal’s physical address
  • Select the appropriate box depending upon whether you are the parent or the child(ren) is/are wards of the court in your care
  • Name(s) of the child(ren)
  • Child(ren’s) Date(s) of Birth mm/dd/yyyy format

Step 2 – This document must be signed before a notary public and by a notary public. Once you are before a notary provide:

  • The date you (the parent or guardian) are signing the document in dd/mm/yyyy format
  • Principal’s signature (parent or guardian

Step 3 – The remainder of this document must be completed, signed and sealed by the notary.

  • Once completed, the notary will hand the document back to the principal
  • The principal should make copies for their records inasmuch as the Attorney In Fact/Agent, caring for your child(ren) must have the original in their possession to prove they have any rights to your children at all.
  • Give the original copy to your Attorney In Fact/Agent
  • This document will be in force for a period of up to one year, unless revoked by the parent or guardian prior to the one year time frame. If more time is required, an new power of attorney must be executed and provided to the Attorney In Fact/Agent just prior to expiration.