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Alaska Family Law Attorneys

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Family Law In Alaska

"Family Law" can refer to a varied range of legal areas, all of which deal, in some form, with the laws that affect family relationships. It includes things like marriage, divorce, child custody, and all the accompanying legal issues.

Family law in Alaska is handled by private attorneys who frequently, but not always, practice it exclusively.

Private family law attorneys in Alaska normally charge an hourly fee for their services. You should work out the fee agreement with your Alaska Family Law attorney beforehand, and make sure you absolutely understand the agreement before signing anything.

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Interesting Facts About Alaska

Alaska is the 49th state to join the Union, having joined the union on January 3, 1959. Alaska's state nickname is "the Last Frontier". The region was obtained by the U.S. from Russia in the year 1867, in what is known as the "Alaska Purchase".

Today, Alaska retains much of its original character of "the great outdoors". Many of the state's laws and court cases deal with legal issues that aren't found anywhere else in the United States. For example, in Frank v. Alaska (1979), the Alaska Supreme Court protected the interests of groups that were hunting for religious reasons. Another case, Alaska v. Arctic Maid (1961), dealt with the commercial transport of salmon. Thus, a large portion of Alaskan laws involve the protection of the abundant natural resources in the area.

Unlike most other states, the Alaska Supreme Court does not meet in only one location. Most state Supreme Court cases are heard every month in Anchorage. However, on occasion the Supreme Court meets in other places like Juneau, Fairbanks, and other Alaskan communities. This unique feature of the Alaska Supreme Court allows legal issues to be tried in various places. This can be very helpful, since Alaska has the largest geographic area of all the 50 states.

Lawyers in Alaska provide assistance in all kinds of legal fields. Most Alaska lawyers file claims in the state's trial courts, advancing through the appeal system as needed. Attorneys are available in Alaska to help the community with their legal needs.

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