Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 26. Private Professional Conservators and Guardians
Section 110. Fees.
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AS 08.26.110. Fees.

(a) A licensee may not receive a payment for services rendered to a ward or a protected person until the licensee obtains court approval of a proposed fee schedule. The fee schedule must include a statement of the hourly fee for professional and administrative services and a monthly maximum amount that the licensee can charge the ward or protected person.

(b) A payment requested by a licensee that exceeds the established monthly maximum amount identified under (a) of this section may not be made unless the payment is approved by the court. A request for court approval of a fee that exceeds the established monthly maximum amount must include the following information for the services covered by the fee:

(1) the name of the person who provided the service;

(2) the date when the service was provided;

(3) the hourly rate of compensation for the service;

(4) a description of the service; and

(5) the amount of time used to perform the service.

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