Family Law

  • Lee-Magana v. Carpenter In Lee-Magana v. Carpenter, Lee-Magana petitioned first for protective ...
  • Clementine v. State In Clementine v. State, the supreme court held that when the Office of Children’s Services (OCS) takes emergency custody of a “child in need of aid” (CINA) and then subsequently releases the child to another parent or guardian, the court may properly dismiss a CINA petition without first making findings on allegations toward the ...
  • Herring v. Herring In Herring v. Herring, The parties participated in mediation to decide ...
  • Sherrill v. Sherrill In Sherrill v. Sherrill, Paulita Hallen (formerly Paulita Sherill) and Danny Sherrill separated in 2011, leading Paulita to move ...
  • State, Office of Public Advocacy v. Estate of Jean R. In State, Office of Public Advocacy v. Estate of Jean R., The Office of Public Advocacy (“OPA”) petitioned for an elder fraud protective order to protect Jean R. from alleged financial exploitation ...
  • Sweeney v. Organ In Sweeney v. Organ, Sweeney ...
  • State v. Central Council of Tlingit In State v. Central Council of Tlingit, The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act allows parents to register child support orders—for enforcement in ...
  • Moira M. v. State In Moira M. v. State, OCS took custody of ...
  • Mitchell v. Mitchell In Mitchell v. Mitchell, Michael and Johanna Mitchell married in 1996, had two children together, ...
  • Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health and Social Services, A father visited his daughter on ...

Family Law

  • Lee-Magana v. Carpenter In Lee-Magana v. Carpenter, Lee-Magana petitioned first for protective ...
  • Clementine v. State In Clementine v. State, the supreme court held that when the Office of Children’s Services (OCS) takes emergency custody of a “child in need of aid” (CINA) and then subsequently releases the child to another parent or guardian, the court may properly dismiss a CINA petition without first making findings on allegations toward the ...
  • Herring v. Herring In Herring v. Herring, The parties participated in mediation to decide ...
  • Sherrill v. Sherrill In Sherrill v. Sherrill, Paulita Hallen (formerly Paulita Sherill) and Danny Sherrill separated in 2011, leading Paulita to move ...
  • State, Office of Public Advocacy v. Estate of Jean R. In State, Office of Public Advocacy v. Estate of Jean R., The Office of Public Advocacy (“OPA”) petitioned for an elder fraud protective order to protect Jean R. from alleged financial exploitation ...
  • Sweeney v. Organ In Sweeney v. Organ, Sweeney ...
  • State v. Central Council of Tlingit In State v. Central Council of Tlingit, The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act allows parents to register child support orders—for enforcement in ...
  • Moira M. v. State In Moira M. v. State, OCS took custody of ...
  • Mitchell v. Mitchell In Mitchell v. Mitchell, Michael and Johanna Mitchell married in 1996, had two children together, ...
  • Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health & Social Services In Trevor M. v. State, Department of Health and Social Services, A father visited his daughter on ...