2011 Alaska Statutes
Title 13. DECEDENTS' ESTATES, GUARDIANSHIPS, TRANSFERS, TRUSTS, AND HEALTH CARE DECISIONS
Chapter 13.12. INTESTACY, WILLS, AND DONATIVE TRANSFERS
Sec. 13.12.530. Establishment of will validity before death.
A testator, a person who is nominated in a will to serve as a personal representative, or, with the testator's consent, an interested party may petition the court to determine before the testator's death that the will is a valid will subject only to subsequent revocation or modification.
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