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Anchorage Law Firm Focused on Your Rights and Family Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC in Anchorage, Alaska, serves clients throughout the region in cases involving complex family law issues. Our attorney and staff combine experience, tenacious advocacy and dedication to achieve the best possible results. While we are prepared to take any case through trial, we also work toward agreeable settlements in...

  • Located in Anchorage, Alaska, the Law Offices of Herbert M. Pearce provides experienced legal representation to clients from Anchorage, Wasilla, Big Lake, the Mat-Su Valley and throughout the region. Attorney Herbert M. Pearce has more than 18 years of experience handling complex family law and criminal defense matters for his clients.   In his family law practice, Mr. Pearce routinely...

  • For more than 20 years, attorneys at the Mendel, Colbert and Associates law firm have been helping Alaskans resolve legal issues involving all types of family law, divorce, and both civil and criminal appeals. This background enables us to offer clients all the benefits a first-rate boutique law firm has to offer, in terms of personal attention and individualized services, combined with a level of...

  • At Otterson Law & Mediation, P.C. in Anchorage, Alaska, we focus on helping families with their most important and sensitive legal issues. Serving clients throughout the state, our law firm provides compassionate, effective representation in all areas of family law, providing assistance and support to those with legal needs involving any of the following: Divorce and separation Collaborative...

  • Dorothea G. Aguero, Attorney at Law, P.C. Divorce, adoption and other family law matters can have a significant impact on the welfare of parents and children. With so much at stake, people facing complex family law matters need a dedicated, knowledgeable and caring advocate. I am Dorothea G. Aguero, an Anchorage family law attorney dedicated to providing quality legal representation to people...

  • At Kalamarides & Lambert, we are proud to bring nearly 100 years of combined experience to the aid of individuals and families in Anchorage and throughout Alaska. We focus the majority of our practice on the following areas of law: Criminal defense —  Attorney Andrew Lambert has decades of experience defending individuals in high-profile cases involving the most serious felony charges. He has been...

  • Attorney Maryann E. Foley founded her Anchorage law firm, the Law Office of Maryann E. Foley, in 1985 with the goal of offering the residents of Alaska high-quality family law services. Today, after more than 30 years of serving individuals and families, the people of Anchorage and the surrounding areas know to turn to her firm for assistance when facing complex family law challenges, including:...

  • The Law Offices of Allen M. Bailey handles divorce, child custody and domestic violence cases in the Anchorage area of South Central Alaska.  Allen has extensive experience in cases involving child custody, including relocation, domestic violence, addiction and mental illness. He has worked with men and women who were victims of domestic violence for more than 30 years. Allen M. Bailey,...

  • Anchorage Law Firm Focused on Your Rights and Family Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC in Anchorage, Alaska, serves clients throughout the region in cases involving complex family law issues. Our attorney and staff combine experience, tenacious advocacy and dedication to achieve the best possible results. While we are prepared to take any case through trial, we also work toward agreeable settlements in...

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  • I have provided personalized legal services to the people of the Kenai Peninsula since 1978. In the Spring of 2002 I attended the Northern California School of Mediation in order to add alternative dispute resolution to the list of professional services I can provide....

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