Anchorage Family Lawyers
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Family Law in Anchorage
Family law in Alaska is handled predominantly by private attorneys who work in this area of law.
The Family Law lawyers in Anchorage bill their clients on an hourly basis, meaning that you will be charged for every hour the attorney spends working on your case. As well, clients are often required to pay a retainer which can cover travel and court costs. If your situation is resolved before the retainer has been used, your lawyer will be required to pay any unused portion back to you. Anchorage Family Law Attorneys are ready to aid you today.
Family Law problems in Alaska Can Often Be intricate
Perhaps you are now going through a divorce where the issues of child custody as well as visitation rights are in dispute. Alaska, Family Law attorneys can aid you the most when they are involved in your case as early as possible.
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The International Ice Carving Competition is one aspect to the annual of the Fur Rendezvous Festival held in Anchorage's Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. The festival had a record attendance in 2000 with over 250,000 people visiting. The legendary 9-15 day long Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race begins ceremonially each year downtown on 4th Street and ends in Nome, Alaska. The race stretches 1,049 miles that are timed. It's known as one of the most intense sporting events due to the distance and blizzards.