Alaska power of attorney is a relationship when you give someone else, known as an agent, the right to make financial or health care decisions on your behalf.  You can draft the agreement to grant the agent broad powers to do almost anything on your behalf with the most common being for financial or health care issues, or you can limit the document so that the agent may only do a specific action for you.  For example, you may have many regular bills to pay and deposits to make, but you might prefer to assign these tasks to an agent to free up your time to focus on other tasks. If the principal or agent wants to review the specific Alaska laws they may do so by reading the Statutory Power of Attorney Act (State’s Website).