Serving Anchorage, Wasilla, the Kenai Peninsula, and surrounding areas throughout the state of Alaska.
The state of Alaska does not recognize common law marriage, but courts do understand that couples still have relationships not defined by a marriage license. In legal terms, this is called a “domestic partnership.”
And, just like a married couple who opts to divorce, so too do those in a domestic partnership.
However, the legal rules in Alaska that govern the dissolution of a domestic partnership are still developing. If you are seeking legal representation to help with the dissolution of your domestic partnership, you want to rely on an attorney who understands how this legal process works.
At Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC, we can help. We are the Family Law Center For Men.
Our legal team assists men all throughout the state of Alaska with many different types of family law matters. With more than 55 years of combined experience, we understand the law of domestic partnerships — not just how it is now, but how it formed over time.
For help with domestic partnership dissolution, contact us today!