This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Alaska according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An Alaska living will is often referred to as an advanced directive. This form is part of the estate planning process. You use this document to explain your wishes for medical care in the event that you become unable to make those decisions. You also name someone to make decisions on your behalf. The person you name cannot be an owner, operator, or employee of a health care facility where you are being care for unless you are related to them through marriage, blood, or adoption. An Alaska living will must be signed by two witnesses. If you give your health proxy permission to plan your burial or cremation, it must also be notarized.