Reforming Power of Attorney Law to Protect Alaskan Elders from Financial Exploitation
27 Alaska Law Review 1 (2010)
This article discusses the issues arising under the current power of attorney law in Alaska and the impact the law has on Alaskan elders. The Author surveys and summarizes preventative measures set out in the 2006 Uniform Power of Attorney Act (UPOAA), in addition to non-UPOAA reforms adopted in other jurisdictions or suggested by scholars. The Author analyzes the relevance and practicality of the various provisions as applied to Alaska and highlights the major themes that should be considered when reforming the current statute.
Vu-Dinh, Kim, "Reforming Power of Attorney Law to Protect Alaskan Elders from Financial Exploitation" (2010). Faculty Scholarship. 553.