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What happens to property in an Alaska divorce

Beginning the divorce process means thinking about property division as well. While some spouses may come to an agreement about who gets what, others may need to fight it out in court.In Alaska, the law adopts an equitable distribution approach. This means that...

Are prenuptial agreements good or bad?

Congratulations on getting engaged! Amid all the wedding planning activities, there is one thing to consider. Should you get a prenup before saying I do? The practice has become increasingly common, but you are unsure if it is the right thing to do.Opposers argue that...

How breathalyzers may provide false positives

If police officers stop you and suspect a DUI, they will likely ask you to take a breathalyzer test. People who get a result of blood alcohol content exceeding the legal limit of 0.08 percent often assume there is no point in fighting the charges that ensue. How can...

3 biggest mistakes you can make in a divorce

Nobody gets married with the anticipation that they will eventually get divorced. You are optimistic and in love, but the unfortunate truth is that divorce is a frequent occurrence. Its commonness is likely little comfort if you are in the midst of a separation, but...

Could a DUI charge affect my custody case?

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...

Problems with field sobriety tests

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...