In case of a name change, a shareholder will need to notify the Shareholder Department in writing and include a copy of the legal documentation such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree specifically restoring former name, adoption decree, etc., authorizing the change.
Shareholders wanting to establish or needing information for a camp or home site, please contact our Land Department.
Shareholders may gift your shares, some or all shares, to a child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece, nephew, brother or sister so long as the recipient is a Native (as defined by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act) or a Descendant of a Native and the shareholder has reached the age of majority as defined by the laws of the State of Alaska. A gift may not be made by a custodian of a shareholder.
Stock Wills and Inheritance
It is important to have a will form on file with the Shareholder Department so your Sitnasuak stock may be distributed appropriately.
If a family member of yours has passed away you may be entitled to inherited stock.
Families of deceased Shareholders are eligible to apply for the SNC Trust bereavement benefit, which is designed to defray the costs of funerals and other related expenses from the death of a shareholder/qualified SNC Trust beneficiary. A $1,500 benefit is available. Applicants may include the surviving spouse, children, lineal descendants, or sibling of the deceased shareholder. The Shareholder Department will make the final decision to accept or reject any application and whether or not to award bereavement benefit.
News and Information
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