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Legal Information: Alaska
Updated: February 9, 2017
The Alaska Court System website has official forms produced by the Court System. You will also find helpful information and forms at the Family Law Self Help Center, a statewide public service provided by the Alaska Court System dedicated to helping self-represented people achieve a better understanding of family law procedures, increasing access to family law courts, and facilitating quicker resolution of family law matters.
You will also find court forms in the clerk’s office at the courthouse. See AK Courthouse Locations.
You may also be able to obtain them by calling a local domestic violence organization or legal aid office. See AK Advocates and Shelters.
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