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Alaska Custody Laws

There are two types of custody in Alaska custody cases determined by the court or Alaska Custody Lawyer. The first is what is called “legal custody” and the second is “physical custody”. Legal Custody Definition Legal custody is defined as the right to make important decisions about the child(ren) including, legal, medical, educational, and religious

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Alaska Divorce Basics

Property Division  and Divorce in  Alaska, Anchorage Divorce lawyers will know that divorce in Alaska should be differentiated from child custody issues in Alaska. While custody cases may be determined in a divorce case, the two are entirely different. Divorce severs the matrimonial bonds between the parties and otherwise determines the division of marital assets and

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Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in Alaska

Domestic violence in  Alaska: Alaska allows victims of domestic violence to apply for and receive both short-term and long-term Domestic violence Alaska restraining orders or protective orders. The short-term order is typically for 20 days and a long-term order is typically for a period of 1 year. In order to get a domestic violence restraining

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R.M. Divorce

Evan was truly an amazing advocate for me. His support and skill saw me through deeply difficult decisions. I spoke with more than five attorneys when facing divorce. My advice: call Evan. At the first phone call, Evan had my back. He was quick to schedule a meeting and set up representation. I felt that

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