Alaska Legal Directory

Alaska Lawyer and Attorney Directory

Legal areas of some law practices may include, but may not be limited to, the following:

Personal Injury Law

Divorce and Domestic Relations

Environmental Law

Business and Commercial Law

Criminal Law and DUI Cases

Bankruptcy Law

Native Law

Wills, Estates and Probate

Corporations, Partnerships & LLCs

Real Estate Law



The Alaska Bar Association.

Alaska State Statutes and Laws and a General Legal Research Directory.

When should I see a lawyer?

"It is not possible in this page to set out every circumstance under which you might require the services of a lawyer.

To prevent problems from occurring in the future, the most commonly recommended instances to consult a lawyer are:

  • Real estate transactions, such as buying or selling a house;
  • Making a will or planning your estate;
  • Family matters, such as divorce or adoption; and
  • Starting or buying a business.

After problems arise, you should consult a lawyer when:

  • You are arrested or accused of a crime;
  • A lawsuit is brought against you;
  • You are unable to resolve issues with a government agency, such as tax, immigration, social security, workers compensation or veteran's or pension benefits;
  • Someone does not satisfactorily perform work or services or fails to honor guarantees or warranties. These service providers could include professionals such as lawyers, accountants and doctors, as well as others; and
  • Someone refuses to pay you funds to which you believe you are entitled, or tries to collect funds you believe you don't owe.

Under appropriate circumstances, reputable bankers, accountants, real estate salespersons, tax firms, investment counselors, the Better Business Bureau, federal, state and local government agencies, and others can provide valuable assistance. The important thing is that you consult a lawyer if a lawyer can be of help.

Most lawyers have a fee for a first office visit that is within the financial means of most people. This visit does not obligate you to hire the lawyer."

The Alaska Bar Association


Alaska Reference Links:

State of Alaska -
Division of Elections -
Department of Motor Vehicles -
Permanent Fund Dividend Division -
Commission on Postsecondary Education
Sex Offender Registration -
Alaska State Troopers -
Division of Family and Youth Services -
Department of Fish & Game -
Department of Education -
Department of Health & Social Services -
Division of Public Assistance -
Department of Labor -
Vital Statistics -
Alaska Legislature -
Alaska Railroad -
Department of Revenue -
Commission on Aging -
Department of Corrections -
Department of Environmental Conservation -
Equal Employment Opportunity Office -
Division of Tourism -
Housing Finance Corporation -
Division of Occupational Licensing -
Department of Community and Economic Development -
University of Alaska System -
University of Alaska Fairbanks -
University of Alaska Anchorage -



Links of interest for the following professional law associations:

American Bar Association -

Alaska Bar Association -


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