The Alaska minor (child) power of attorney allows someone else to take care of a parent’s or guardian’s child for a short-term period. The maximum amount of time the child can stay in the attorney-in-fact’s care is up to one (1) year. If the parent would like to delegate the child longer then he or she can authorize another power of attorney or seek guardianship rights. The form is required to be signed in the presence of a notary public.
Laws – § 13.26.066
Signing Requirements – Notary Public