Family Law

  • Susan M. v. Paul H.   In Susan M. v. Paul H., Paul was granted sole custody and Susan was granted supervised visitation; however, Susan retained custodial rights ...
  • Rowan B. v. State   In Rowan B. v. State In 2012, Rowan B.’s adult stepdaughter reported to the Office of Child ...
  • Wells v. Barile   In Wells v. Barile, Wells later remarried and had two children ...
  • Guerrero v. Guerrero In Guerrero v. Guerrero, the supreme court held that military benefits consisting entirely of disability retirement pay and disability benefits are not a divisible marital asset but are a factor in determining equitable division of marital property. A wife and husband dissolved their marriage and agreed to divide the marital home and husband’s military ...
  • Ruppe v. Ruppe In Ruppe v. Ruppe, In December 2012, after being married for fifteen years and having ...
  • Snider v. Snider In Snider v. Snider, In 2013, Michele Snider informed her husband, Thad Snider, that she wanted to leave Alaska ...
  • Hope P. v. Flynn G. In Hope P. v. Flynn G., Flynn G., a divorced father of two children, left his job as a telecommunications technician in 2012 and began an ...
  • Wilson v. State In Wilson v. State, the supreme court held that the superior court’s findings that a elderly woman was incapacitated, unable to take care of her medical conditions, and unable to afford her house due to her family’s misuse of her funds, and thus required partial public guardianship and a public conservator, was supported by ...
  • Diana P. v. State In Diana P. v. State, the supreme court held that, under the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), when the basis for termination of parental rights is culturally neutral, the substantial-harm requirement can be met by a combination of lay testimony and other evidence that the parent’s conduct is harmful to the child, as well ...
  • Caroline J. v. Theodore J. In Caroline J. v. Theodore J., In 2012, after being ...

Family Law

  • Susan M. v. Paul H.   In Susan M. v. Paul H., Paul was granted sole custody and Susan was granted supervised visitation; however, Susan retained custodial rights ...
  • Rowan B. v. State   In Rowan B. v. State In 2012, Rowan B.’s adult stepdaughter reported to the Office of Child ...
  • Wells v. Barile   In Wells v. Barile, Wells later remarried and had two children ...
  • Guerrero v. Guerrero In Guerrero v. Guerrero, the supreme court held that military benefits consisting entirely of disability retirement pay and disability benefits are not a divisible marital asset but are a factor in determining equitable division of marital property. A wife and husband dissolved their marriage and agreed to divide the marital home and husband’s military ...
  • Ruppe v. Ruppe In Ruppe v. Ruppe, In December 2012, after being married for fifteen years and having ...
  • Snider v. Snider In Snider v. Snider, In 2013, Michele Snider informed her husband, Thad Snider, that she wanted to leave Alaska ...
  • Hope P. v. Flynn G. In Hope P. v. Flynn G., Flynn G., a divorced father of two children, left his job as a telecommunications technician in 2012 and began an ...
  • Wilson v. State In Wilson v. State, the supreme court held that the superior court’s findings that a elderly woman was incapacitated, unable to take care of her medical conditions, and unable to afford her house due to her family’s misuse of her funds, and thus required partial public guardianship and a public conservator, was supported by ...
  • Diana P. v. State In Diana P. v. State, the supreme court held that, under the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), when the basis for termination of parental rights is culturally neutral, the substantial-harm requirement can be met by a combination of lay testimony and other evidence that the parent’s conduct is harmful to the child, as well ...
  • Caroline J. v. Theodore J. In Caroline J. v. Theodore J., In 2012, after being ...