You are struggling with your ex to figure out child custody issues. For example, perhaps you want joint custody while your ex wants sole custody. You go out to a bar one night, have a few drinks, leave, and the next thing you know, you are being pulled over and charged with a DUI.
If you are thinking about divorcing your spouse in Alaska, it is important for you to anticipate different outcomes. You may have certain beliefs and expectations about the process, but if you do not plan your separation carefully, you could end up with a settlement skewed towards your ex-partner.
If an Alaska law enforcement officer pulls you to the side of the road for any reason, and he or she has a reason to believe that you may have been drinking, you may have to take a standardized field sobriety test. This battery of three tests can indicate a blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent.
Alaska workers who file a claim for workers' compensation often count on the benefits to help them through the costs resulting from medical treatment or having to take time off from work. When the employer's insurance company denies a claim, it can be hard not to feel hopeless.
As you contemplate ending your marriage to your spouse after many years in Alaska together, you may be wondering what to do and when. One of the hardest things about divorce is not knowing which advice you can rely on. Some pieces of information are a lot more interesting than the truth.
If you are a suspect in another person’s death, you might be wondering what to expect. There are a number of different scenarios that might play out, and the most important factor will be what criminal charges you are facing. Many people are unfamiliar with the differences between manslaughter and murder, but which charge you face will have a major impact on the potential legal consequences.
When parents split up, it’s never easy. One of the greatest challenges is coming to an agreement about parental responsibilities and parenting time (often called custody and visitation).
Unfortunately, countless people are injured on the job each year in Alaska. Even though safe work practices and programs are designed especially to help employees avoid accidents, injuries still happen at alarming rate.