Family Law

  • Chloe W. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Chloe W. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held Alaska Native parental rights are appropriately terminated when it is established by clear and convincing evidence that a child is in conditions that put it at substantial risk of harm, the parent has not remedied the conditions within a reasonable ...
  • Dodge v. Sturdevant   In Dodge v. Sturdevant, As part of their divorce proceeding, Karlee Dodge and Frank Sturdevant agreed that Dodge would have physical custody of their two ...
  • Ebert v. Bruce L.   In Ebert v. Bruce L., While the child ...
  • Graham R. v. Jane S.   In Graham R. v. Jane S., In the proceeding, Graham ...
  • Green v. Parks   In Green v. Parks, The lower court granted Parks custody ...
  • Houston v. Wolpert   In Houston v. Wolpert, Gary Houston and Meredith Wolpert divorced in 2010 and agreed that Wolpert would have primary custody of their daughter and that Houston would have open and liberal ...
  • In the Matter of Candace A.   In In the Matter of Candace A., In Candace’s Child in Need of Aid (CINA) hearing, the Office of Children’s Services (OCS) proposed two social workers to ...
  • Jamie H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Jamie H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that one parent could have his parental rights terminated even if the other parent did not have her parental rights terminated if the child was not in the custody of the parent who retained parental rights and it did ...
  • Kyte v. Stallings   In Kyte v. Stallings, Kyte sought a review and modification of his child support obligations with the Child Support Services Division ...
  • Richter v. Richter   In Richter v. Richter, When they were married, Mrs. Richter had over ...

Family Law

  • Chloe W. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Chloe W. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held Alaska Native parental rights are appropriately terminated when it is established by clear and convincing evidence that a child is in conditions that put it at substantial risk of harm, the parent has not remedied the conditions within a reasonable ...
  • Dodge v. Sturdevant   In Dodge v. Sturdevant, As part of their divorce proceeding, Karlee Dodge and Frank Sturdevant agreed that Dodge would have physical custody of their two ...
  • Ebert v. Bruce L.   In Ebert v. Bruce L., While the child ...
  • Graham R. v. Jane S.   In Graham R. v. Jane S., In the proceeding, Graham ...
  • Green v. Parks   In Green v. Parks, The lower court granted Parks custody ...
  • Houston v. Wolpert   In Houston v. Wolpert, Gary Houston and Meredith Wolpert divorced in 2010 and agreed that Wolpert would have primary custody of their daughter and that Houston would have open and liberal ...
  • In the Matter of Candace A.   In In the Matter of Candace A., In Candace’s Child in Need of Aid (CINA) hearing, the Office of Children’s Services (OCS) proposed two social workers to ...
  • Jamie H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services   In Jamie H. v. State, Dep’t of Health & Social Services, the supreme court held that one parent could have his parental rights terminated even if the other parent did not have her parental rights terminated if the child was not in the custody of the parent who retained parental rights and it did ...
  • Kyte v. Stallings   In Kyte v. Stallings, Kyte sought a review and modification of his child support obligations with the Child Support Services Division ...
  • Richter v. Richter   In Richter v. Richter, When they were married, Mrs. Richter had over ...