An Alaska General Power of Attorney gives broad or multiple powers to your agent that will allow them to handle all aspects of your financial and personal life unless you limit the powers. From the business world to just the average Joe, everyone at some point in their life will need to execute a general power of attorney.
This form should only be used after careful consideration when choosing an agent. Since the powers are broad unless otherwise stated, your agent will have powers that will include the ability to dispose, sell, convey, and encumber your real and personal property. At any point and time you may revoke this power of attorney.
Pursuant to AS 13.26.353 – 13.26.338