Alaska Self Help and Legal Research
This page provides information about Self Help and Legal Research resources in Alaska.
Links are grouped by those that cover courts statewide, for multiple counties, and then by individual county.
Alaska - Statewide Courts Self Help
Legal Research Resources
Browse online legal research resources made available from the Alaska State Court Law Library.
Family Law Self-Help Center
The Family Law Self-Help Center provides information, forms, instructions, and online resources for various family law topics. Links to classes, programs, videos, and resources are also included; some are available in Spanish, Tagalog, and Yup'ik.
Domestic Violence, Stalking and Sexual Assault
The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault provides legal information, instruction, forms and information about court services and community resources.
Rules of Court
See current rules for Alaska courts, including proposed rule changes and comments, administrative bulletins and orders, criminal and civil pattern jury instructions, and Supreme Court orders.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
View and download manuals with information about traffic and motor vehicle laws for operators of private vehicles, commercial vehicles and motorcycles from the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles.
Child Support Services
The Alaska Child Support Services Division offers information and services related to child support, including how to create, change or enforce a child support order, establishment of paternity, interstate collection, and other legal issues.
Legal Information and Legal Assistance
View information about various legal issues, including: families and children, domestic violence, disability, Native American rights, health care, consumers, housing and foreclosure, and senior law. Links to legal research resources, lawyer referral, and organizations providing free legal services are included.
View information about mediation services available, including court programs, a list of resources, publications, a self-help center, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
View resources for preventing foreclosure in Alaska, including local housing counseling agencies, state agencies and programs, and links to legal assistance providers.
Court Location Assistance
Use a venue map and chart of communities to find the correct court location for your case.
Senior and Youth Legal Information
The Alaska Bar Association offers legal guides for senior citizens and youth. Links are under "Public Resources" on the left side of the page.
Anchorage County - Courts Self Help Resources
Anchorage Municipal Wellness Court Information
View information about Anchorage Municipal Wellness Court, a jail diversion program for misdemeanor offenders who have addiction issues.
Anchorage Pre-Trial Diversion
The Anchorage Pre-Trial Diversion program offers community treatment alternatives to prosecution for certain types of offenders.
Anchorage Wellness Felony DUI Court
View information about Anchorage Wellness Court, a diversion program that offers an alternative to criminal adjudication for felony DUI offenders with substance abuse issues.
Anchorage Youth Court Information
The Anchorage Youth Court provides teen peer review as an alternative to traditional adjudication in the juvenile justice system.
Fairbanks North Star County - Courts Self Help Resources
Fairbanks Wellness Court
View information about Fairbanks Wellness Court, a diversion program that offers an alternative to criminal adjudication for felony DUI offenders with substance abuse issues
North Star Youth Court Information
The North Star Youth Court provides teen peer review as an alternative to traditional adjudication in the juvenile justice system.
Ketchikan Gateway County - Courts Self Help Resources
Ketchikan Youth Court Information
The Ketchikan Youth Court provides teen peer review as an alternative to traditional adjudication in the juvenile justice system.
Matanuska-Susitna County - Courts Self Help Resources
Mat-Su Youth Court Information
The Mat-Su Youth Court provides teen peer review as an alternative to traditional adjudication in the juvenile justice system.