An Alaska power of attorney is a legal form you may use if you need to designate various decisions regarding your life to someone else (usually called an agent) when you cannot act for yourself. For one, if you want to appoint an agent who will make decisions for you related to financial matters, you can fill out and sign a specific POA template.
In our guide below, you can easily find all power of attorney forms that are commonly used in Alaska. Each form fits specific situations when you need to delegate important responsibilities that affect your daily life. Some templates you will see below are issued by the local government: Statutory Durable Power Of Attorney, Advance Health Care Directive, Statutory Form for Power of Attorney to Delegate the Powers of a Parent or Guardian, form 847 for vehicles, and form 774 for tax issues.
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Durable power of attorney form in Alaska is a legal document that lets you appoint someone instead of you to make serious decisions about financial matters if you are incapacitated. This form becomes extremely useful if a principal who delegates financial matters suddenly faces a harsh accident or health issues that lead to the principal’s incapacity and inability to act on their own.
|Also Known As||Alaska DPOA|
Medical power of attorney in Alaska is known as the Advance Health Care Directive. With this form, you may select a person who will act on your behalf if you are unable to choose the treatment and make other decisions related to your health.
|Also Known As||Health Care POA or MPOA|
|Signing Requirements||Notary or Two (2) Witnesses|
General power of attorney is a POA type that helps you designate someone to make financial decisions when you are in sound mind. With the form, you may allow your trustworthy representative to operate your finances while you are alive and conscious.
|Also Known As||General (Financial) POA|
Limited power of attorney lets a resident in Alaska transfer only one specific responsibility to their agent. For instance, if you need to appoint someone to sell or buy your real property piece, this form will suit the case.
|Also Known As||Special POA|
Child power of attorney in Alaska is also known as the Statutory Form for Power of Attorney to Delegate the Powers of a Parent or Guardian. Parents and guardians who need to leave for a certain period may designate a person (or people) who will take care of their kids with this document.
|Also Known As||Minor POA|
|Download||PDF Template | Delegation of Powers of a Parent or Guardian|
Real estate power of attorney is a form that you can fill out and sign if you want to grant permission to your agent to carry out various procedures with your real estate. For example, this form will be useful for you if you want someone to sell your property while you are away.
|Also Known As||Limited Real Estate POA|
State tax power of attorney (form 774 in Alaska) is used by the residents who are not willing to participate in the taxation procedures by themselves. The document allows signatories to choose their agents (or accountants) who will perform instead and deal with all taxes through the Alaska Department of Revenue.
|Also Known As||Tax POA|
|Signing Requirements||Principal and Agent|
Vehicle power of attorney (Form 847) issued by the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles is a form that you should use to make your agent able to conduct operations with your vehicle(s). Such operations include obtaining a title for a vehicle, registering it, and other allowed actions.
|Also Known As||DMV POA|
|Download||PDF Template | Form 847|
Revocation power of attorney form is a document that a principal should create if they want to either assign another agent instead of the existing one or make their POA invalid. Remember that the revocation form must be delivered to all the agents you have so they are informed.
|Also Known As||POA Termination Form|
|Signing Requirements||Notarization is Recommended|