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Your will must be in writing and signed at the end by the testator.
If the testator is unable to sign his or her will, someone else may sign the will for the testator so long as this is done in the testator’s presence and at his or her direction.
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Subject to additional definitions contained in AS 13.06 - AS 13.36 that are applicable to specific provisions of AS 13.06 - AS 13.36, and unless the context otherwise requires, in AS 13.06 - AS 13.36 (3) "beneficiary," as it relates to a trust beneficiary, includes a person who has a present or future interest, vested or contingent, and also includes the owner of an interest by assignment or other transfer; as it relates to a charitable trust, "beneficiary" includes a person entitled to enforce the trust; as it relates to a "beneficiary of a beneficiary designation," "beneficiary" means a beneficiary of an insurance or annuity policy, of an account with payment on death designation under AS 13.33, of a security registered in beneficiary form under AS 13.33, or of a pension, profit-sharing, retirement, or similar benefit plan, or of another nonprobate transfer at death; and, as it relates to a "beneficiary designated in a governing instrument," "beneficiary" includes a grantee of a deed, a devisee, a trust beneficiary, a beneficiary of a beneficiary designation, a donee, appointee, or taker in default of a power of appointment, and a person in whose favor a power of attorney or a power held in an individual, fiduciary, or representative capacity is exercised; (4) "beneficiary designation" means a governing instrument naming a beneficiary of an insurance or annuity policy, of an account with payment on death designation under AS 13.33, of a security registered in beneficiary form under AS 13.33, or of a pension, profit-sharing, retirement, or similar benefit plan, or of another nonprobate transfer at death; (5) "child" includes an individual entitled to take as a child under AS 13.06 - AS 13.36 by intestate succession from the parent whose relationship is involved, and excludes a person who is only a stepchild, a foster child, a grandchild, or a more remote descendant; (6) "claims," in respect to estates of decedents and protected persons, includes liabilities of the decedent or protected person, whether arising in contract, in tort, or in another way, and liabilities of the estate that arise at or after the death of the decedent or after the appointment of a conservator, including funeral expenses and expenses of administration; "claims" does not include estate or inheritance taxes, or demands or disputes regarding title of a decedent or protected person to specific assets alleged to be included in the estate; (9) "descendant" of an individual means all of the individual's descendants of all generations, with the relationship of parent and child at each generation being determined by the definition of child and parent contained in AS 13.06 - AS 13.36; (11) "devisee" means a person designated in a will to receive a devise; in AS 13.16, in the case of a devise to an existing trust or trustee, or to a trust or trustee described by will, the trust or trustee is the devisee and the beneficiaries are not devisees; (13) "distributee" means a person who has received property of a decedent from the decedent's personal representative other than as a creditor or purchaser; "distributee" includes a testamentary trustee only to the extent of the distributed assets, or increment to the distributed assets, remaining in the hands of the testamentary trustee; "distributee" includes a beneficiary of a testamentary trust to whom the trustee has distributed property received from a personal representative; in this paragraph, "testamentary trustee" includes a trustee to whom assets are transferred by will, to the extent of the devised assets; (14) "estate" includes the property of the decedent, trust, or other person whose affairs are subject to AS 13.06 - AS 13.36 as originally constituted and as it exists from time to time during administration; (19) "governing instrument" means a deed, a will, a trust, an insurance or annuity policy, an account with payment on death designation under AS 13.33, a security registered in beneficiary form under AS 13.33, a pension, profit-sharing, retirement, or similar benefit plan, an instrument creating or exercising a power of appointment or a power of attorney, or a dispositive, appointive, or nominative instrument of a similar type; (20) "guardian" means a person who has qualified as a guardian of a minor or incapacitated person in accordance with testamentary or court appointment, but excludes a person who is merely a guardian ad litem; (21) "heirs," except as controlled by AS , means a person, including the surviving spouse and the state, who is entitled under the statutes of intestate succession to the property of a decedent; (23) "informal proceedings" means those proceedings conducted without notice to interested persons by an officer of the court acting as a registrar for probate of a will or appointment of a personal representative; (24) "interested person" includes heirs, devisees, children, spouses, creditors, beneficiaries, and other persons having property rights in or claims against a trust estate or the estate of a decedent, ward, or protected person; "interested person" also includes persons having priority for appointment as personal representative, and other fiduciaries representing interested persons; "interested person," as it relates to particular persons, may vary from time to time and its meaning shall be determined according to the particular purposes of, and matter involved in, a proceeding; (26) "joint tenants with the right of survivorship" includes co-owners of property held under circumstances that entitle one or more of the co-owners to the whole of the property on the death of one or more of the other co-owners, but excludes forms of co-ownership registration in which the underlying ownership of each party is in proportion to that party's contribution; (32) "organization" means a corporation, business trust, estate, trust, partnership, joint venture, association, government or governmental subdivision or agency, or another legal or commercial entity; (33) "parent" includes a person entitled to take, or who would be entitled to take if a child dies without a will, as a parent under AS 13.06 - AS 13.36 by intestate succession from the child whose relationship is in question, and excludes a person who is only a stepparent, foster parent, or grandparent; (34) "payor" means a trustee, insurer, business entity, employer, government, governmental agency or subdivision, or another person authorized or obligated by law or a governing instrument to make payments; (36) "personal representative" includes an executor, an administrator, a successor personal representative, a special administrator, and a person who performs substantially the same function under the law governing their status; "general personal representative" excludes a special administrator; (43) "security" includes a note, a stock, a treasury stock, a bond, a debenture, an evidence of indebtedness, a certificate of interest or participation in an oil, gas, or mining title or lease or in payments out of production under an oil, gas, or mining title or lease, a collateral trust certificate, a transferable share, a voting trust certificate, an interest or instrument commonly known as a security, or a certificate of interest or participation in, a temporary or interim certificate, receipt, or certificate of deposit for, or a warrant or right to subscribe to or purchase, one of the items identified in this paragraph; (50) "survive" means to not predecease an event, including the death of another individual, or to not be considered to predecease an event under AS or ; "survive" includes its derivatives, including "survives," "survived," "survivor," and "surviving"; (53) "trust" includes an express trust, private or charitable, with additions to the trust, wherever and however created; "trust" also includes a trust created or determined by judgment or decree under which the trust is to be administered in the manner of an express trust; "trust" excludes other constructive trusts, resulting trusts, conservatorships, personal representatives, trust accounts that are POD designation accounts under AS - , custodial arrangements under AS 13.26 or AS 13.46, business trusts providing for certificates to be issued to beneficiaries, common trust funds, voting trusts, security arrangements, liquidation trusts, trusts for the primary purpose of paying debts, dividends, interest, salaries, wages, profits, pensions, or employee benefits of any kind, and any arrangement under which a person is nominee or escrowee for another; (56) "will" includes a codicil and a testamentary instrument that merely appoints an executor, revokes or revises another will, nominates a guardian, or expressly excludes or limits the right of an individual or class to succeed to property of the decedent passing by intestate succession.
Martha said she had no living care documents and no living relatives with whom she maintained a close relationship other than a granddaughter.