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Located in Anchorage, Guess & Rudd has a 50-year tradition of legal excellence in Alaska. Founded in 1961, our law firm has built its reputation on providing skilled, experienced and knowledgeable representation. With practices spanning insurance defense, commercial law, construction law, employment law and estate planning, we represent clients statewide from our locations in Anchorage. Our...
I am pleased to make your acquaintance! My name is Ben Frey and I am a member of the Alaska Bar. You can think of me as a sole practitioner or a "jack of all trades". I am a simple country lawyer practicing my trade on the rural Kenai Peninsula here in Alaska. I have come to find that the demands for legal services here are varied and diverse and, as such, am...
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