Alaska Advanced Directive/Medical Durable Power of Attorney Form: Free Blank Template Downloads

This Alaska advanced directive medical durable power of attorney form lets an individual able to handle another individual’s financial or medical matters. Must be signed before a notary public or two witnesses. Once the form is signed, it must be shown each time the agent takes action on behalf of the person granting the power of attorney.

Last updated July 24th, 2024

This Alaska advanced directive medical durable power of attorney form lets an individual able to handle another individual’s financial or medical matters. Must be signed before a notary public or two witnesses. Once the form is signed, it must be shown each time the agent takes action on behalf of the person granting the power of attorney.

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An Alaska advance directive medical power of attorney is a legal document that allows a person to appoint up to two healthcare agents who can make medical decisions for them. This document also enables people to specify their medical treatment preferences for situations when they cannot make decisions for themselves.

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What happens if you don’t have an Advance Directive/MPOA form in Alaska?

If you do not have an Advance Directive in Alaska, a decision-maker is determined by the following order of priority:

  1. A spouse, unless legally separated.
  2. An adult child.
  3. A parent.
  4. Adult siblings.
  5. An adult “who has exhibited prior care for the patient, is familiar with the patient’s personal values and morals, and is reasonably available.”

If there is more than one class member, the healthcare provider will follow the majority’s decision. If there is an even split, the primary decision-maker will decide after consultation with the parties.

Source: Sec. 13.52.030., Chapter 13.52 – HEALTH CARE DECISIONS ACT

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