Conozca la Ley: Alaska
ACTUALIZADA 9 de febrero, 2017
A protective order is a legal order issued by a state court which requires one person to stop harming another. In Alaska, there are several types of orders explained below.
Some restraining orders are issued in criminal court and some are issued in civil court.
A civil order that protects you from abuse by a household member, including relatives and dating partners.
A civil order that protects victims of stalking or sexual assault committed by someone who is not a family or household member.
Your Alaska protective order can be enforceable wherever you move.
Your out-of-state protection order can be enforced in Alaska.
WomensLaw.org thanks the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault for its assistance on this section, especially Christine Pate, Pro Bono Project Director, and Andrea Browning, former Legal Advocacy Project Coordinator.