Form P-150 "Transfer on Death Deed" - Alaska

What Is Form P-150?

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 July 1, 2020;
  • The latest edition provided by the Alaska Court System;
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  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Download Form P-150 "Transfer on Death Deed" - Alaska

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TRANSFER ON DEATH DEED
NOTICE TO OWNER: You should carefully read all information on this form. Transferring real
property by using a Transfer on Death Deed may have important legal consequences in addition
to designating who will receive the real property on the transferor's death. These consequences
may include, but are not limited to: (1) affecting the beneficiary's eligibility for public
assistance; and (2) affecting creditors' rights. If you have any questions, you should
consult an attorney.
This form must be recorded before your death, or it will not be effective.
OWNER INFORMATION
[Please complete the following information for the owner(s) of the property.]
Owner
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
Owner
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
Property Description
Legal Description of Property:
Recording District Where Property is Located
:
[You must record the form in each recording district where any part of the property is located. Find the
recording districts here:
.]
http://dnr.alaska.gov/ssd/recoff/distlist
BENEFICIARY/BENEFICIARIES INFORMATION
[Complete the following information for your beneficiary/beneficiaries. You may want to obtain legal
advice before listing more than one primary beneficiary. There is more than one way to transfer property
to several persons.]
Primary Beneficiary
I designate the following beneficiary if the beneficiary survives me:
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
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TRANSFER ON DEATH DEED
NOTICE TO OWNER: You should carefully read all information on this form. Transferring real
property by using a Transfer on Death Deed may have important legal consequences in addition
to designating who will receive the real property on the transferor's death. These consequences
may include, but are not limited to: (1) affecting the beneficiary's eligibility for public
assistance; and (2) affecting creditors' rights. If you have any questions, you should
consult an attorney.
This form must be recorded before your death, or it will not be effective.
OWNER INFORMATION
[Please complete the following information for the owner(s) of the property.]
Owner
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
Owner
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
Property Description
Legal Description of Property:
Recording District Where Property is Located
:
[You must record the form in each recording district where any part of the property is located. Find the
recording districts here:
.]
http://dnr.alaska.gov/ssd/recoff/distlist
BENEFICIARY/BENEFICIARIES INFORMATION
[Complete the following information for your beneficiary/beneficiaries. You may want to obtain legal
advice before listing more than one primary beneficiary. There is more than one way to transfer property
to several persons.]
Primary Beneficiary
I designate the following beneficiary if the beneficiary survives me:
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
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Alternative Beneficiary - Optional
If my primary beneficiary does not survive me, I designate the following alternate beneficiary if
that beneficiary survives me:
Full Name:
Marital Status:
Mailing Address:
TRANSFER ON DEATH
At my death, I transfer my interest in the described property to the beneficiaries as designated
above. Before my death, I have the right to revoke this deed.
NOTE: You can revoke your Transfer on Death Deed in three ways: (1) Complete and acknowledge a
Revocation of Transfer on Death Deed (form P-151)
and record it in each recording district where the
property is located; (2) Complete and acknowledge a new
Transfer on Death Deed (form P-150)
that
disposes of the same property, and record it in each recording district where the property is located; and
(3) Transfer the property to someone else during your lifetime by a recorded deed that expressly revokes
the Transfer on Death deed. You may not revoke the Transfer on Death deed by will.
AUTHORITY OF DESIGNATED AGENT TO REVOKE THIS DEED
I authorize the following designated agent to revoke this deed before my death:
Full Name:
Mailing Address:
SIGNATURE OF OWNER(S) MAKING THIS DEED
Full Name
Signature
Date
Full Name
Signature
Date
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
This instrument was acknowledged before me at
, Alaska
on (date) :
.
Signature of Person Taking Acknowledgment
Printed Name
Title or Rank
Serial Number, if any
My commission expires:
Return To: Name:
Mailing Address:
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