At Family Law Center for Men, our Alaska divorce attorneys for men are skilled, experienced, and solutions-driven advocates for clients. If you are a man going through a divorce, we have the professional expertise you can count on for all of your family law needs—from asset protection to child custody. Contact us at our Anchorage office today for a fully confidential, no-obligation consultation with an Alaska divorce lawyer for men.

An Overview of Divorce in Alaska

For men, divorce is never easy. Family Law Center for Men is a family firm for men preparing for divorce. No matter where you find yourself, we are prepared to help you find the best path forward. Understanding our state’s divorce laws and divorce process is helpful. Here is an overview of four key things to know:

  • A Divorce May Be Contested or Uncontested: In Alaska, you can get a contested or uncontested divorce. A contested divorce indicates that the parties involved cannot agree on one or more issues related to the dissolution of their marriage, such as child custody, spousal support, or property division. In contrast, an uncontested divorce is a settled divorce. Most men end up getting an uncontested divorce.
  • Alaska Allows for No-Fault Divorce: You have the right to get a no-fault divorce in Alaska. Neither party needs to prove wrongdoing on the part of your spouse. You have the right to get divorced because there is an “incompatibility of temperament” between you and your spouse.
  • Property Division is Complex in Alaska: Property division is vital in divorce cases. Alaska has some of the country’s most unique property division divorce laws. While Alaska is a community property state, it also recognizes the principles of equitable distribution. We help men in Alaska and beyond protect their assets.
  • Best Interests of the Child for Custody/Visitation: Divorce can be incredibly stressful for fathers. When determining child custody and visitation rights, Alaska courts prioritize the child’s best interests. Several factors are considered, such as the child’s age, preferences, the capability of each parent, any history of domestic violence, and the child’s adjustment to their current living situation.

Note: In certain circumstances in Alaska, you may qualify for an annulment instead of a divorce. To learn more, contact us for the best course of action.

Family law Center for Men

We Provide Comprehensive Divorce
Representation to Husbands in Alaska

Divorce is much more than filling out forms and submitting the correct paperwork. Our firm stands as a beacon of support for husbands in Alaska seeking experienced and dedicated representation. While all those legal aspects are important, our Alaska divorce lawyers for men strongly emphasize ensuring that we handle our client’s family law needs. It is our mission to help you get the best results. Along with other types of family matters, our Alaska divorce attorneys for men have experience with the following:

  • Spousal support (alimony);
  • Property division;
  • Child custody; and
  • Child support.

Family law Center for Men

Family Law Center for Men is a
Leading Alaska Divorce Law Firm
for Men

Going through a divorce is complicated—especially for men. Many emotional, financial, and logistical challenges must be addressed. Our mission is to help men going through a divorce or annulment regain control of their lives. When you contact our Anchorage law office, you will have an opportunity to consult with an Alaska divorce lawyer who can:

  • Listen to what you have to say and answer legal questions about family law and divorce;
  • Help you gather and organize all of the documents, records, and paperwork you need;
  • Represent your best interests in any divorce negotiations with your spouse and
  • Craft a personalized strategy to get you the best outcome as a man going through a divorce.