Form P-105 "Request for Release of Deposited Will" - Alaska

What Is Form P-105?

This is a legal form that was released by the Alaska Court System - a government authority operating within Alaska. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on January 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the Alaska Court System;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Download Form P-105 "Request for Release of Deposited Will" - Alaska

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REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF DEPOSITED WILL
In the Matter of the Will of:
Date of Birth of Testator (person who made the will) :
Will No.:
[This form is for people who have previously deposited their will with the court and wish to
have it returned while they are still alive.
1
(To deposit a will, see
Agreement and Receipt for
.)]
Deposit of Will,
P-100
I am the testator (person who made the will). I would like my will returned to me:
in person. I will bring this form to the court clerk in person in order to receive the will.
through my agent. I hereby appoint
as my agent
for the return of this will. I am granting this person the specific power to receive my
will. By signing below, I am authorizing the Alaska Court System to give the original will
that I deposited with the court to the person I have named. I understand that I am
responsible for arranging the transfer of the will from the agent to me personally.
by First-Class U.S. Mail. I would like my will returned to me at the following address:
I understand that I am taking the risk that the will could be lost or stolen while traveling
in the mail.
I understand that the Alaska Court System assumes no responsibility for wills once they have been
placed in the mail or after they have been released to an appointed agent.
Verification
[DO NOT SIGN YET. This must be signed in front of a clerk of court or notary public.]
Date
Signature of Testator
(person who made the will)
The individual making this request,
, appeared before me
on
and presented photo identification in the form of a valid
showing him or her to be the testator named above.
(SEAL)
Clerk of Court or Notary Public
My commission expires:
FOR COURT USE ONLY (If will picked up in person):
Driver's License. State:
Number:
Other Photo ID:
Date
Superior Court Clerk Signature
Print Name
If the testator has died, the will has become a public record and the original cannot be returned. Once
1
the clerk’s office confirms the testator has died, the will becomes a public document and can be inspected
by anyone. The clerk will also send a copy of the will to the personal representative (the person who
ensures the will is followed after the testator’s death).
P-105 (1/20)(cs)
Probate Rule 5
REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF DEPOSITED WILL
AS 13.12.515
REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF DEPOSITED WILL
In the Matter of the Will of:
Date of Birth of Testator (person who made the will) :
Will No.:
[This form is for people who have previously deposited their will with the court and wish to
have it returned while they are still alive.
1
(To deposit a will, see
Agreement and Receipt for
.)]
Deposit of Will,
P-100
I am the testator (person who made the will). I would like my will returned to me:
in person. I will bring this form to the court clerk in person in order to receive the will.
through my agent. I hereby appoint
as my agent
for the return of this will. I am granting this person the specific power to receive my
will. By signing below, I am authorizing the Alaska Court System to give the original will
that I deposited with the court to the person I have named. I understand that I am
responsible for arranging the transfer of the will from the agent to me personally.
by First-Class U.S. Mail. I would like my will returned to me at the following address:
I understand that I am taking the risk that the will could be lost or stolen while traveling
in the mail.
I understand that the Alaska Court System assumes no responsibility for wills once they have been
placed in the mail or after they have been released to an appointed agent.
Verification
[DO NOT SIGN YET. This must be signed in front of a clerk of court or notary public.]
Date
Signature of Testator
(person who made the will)
The individual making this request,
, appeared before me
on
and presented photo identification in the form of a valid
showing him or her to be the testator named above.
(SEAL)
Clerk of Court or Notary Public
My commission expires:
FOR COURT USE ONLY (If will picked up in person):
Driver's License. State:
Number:
Other Photo ID:
Date
Superior Court Clerk Signature
Print Name
If the testator has died, the will has become a public record and the original cannot be returned. Once
1
the clerk’s office confirms the testator has died, the will becomes a public document and can be inspected
by anyone. The clerk will also send a copy of the will to the personal representative (the person who
ensures the will is followed after the testator’s death).
P-105 (1/20)(cs)
Probate Rule 5
REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF DEPOSITED WILL
AS 13.12.515