An Alaska Last Will and Testament details how a person's possessions and property should be distributed after their death. The document has three main purposes:
The person making the will is known as the Testator. The Testator must be at of age and of sound mind in order to create their will. The document must be done in writing to be recognized by the court.
The Alaska Last Will is defined by AS 13.12.921(2) and regulated by Chapter 12 (Intestacy, Wills, and Donative Transfers). The document must be signed by two (2) people, preferably disinterested, meaning they are not beneficiaries of the will. Download a ready-made template below or create your own form with our form-builder.
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