Legal Information: Alaska

Restraining Orders

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Updated: 
October 4, 2018

Step 3: Service of process

The petition, your temporary ex parte order, and the notice of the hearing needs to be served on the abuser. Unless the abuser is served in court, the court staff will ask law enforcement to serve the papers on the abuser and they are required to do so by law.1 Do not serve the papers yourself.

A fee cannot be charged for service (unless there are other papers besides the protective order being served on the respondent).2

1 Alaska Statute §18.66.160(a)
2 Alaska Statute §18.66.160(c)