Expert Attorneys Handling Alaska Interstate Custody Matters For Fathers
When it comes to child custody matters, the state of Alaska possesses unique issues unlike many of the states in the lower 48.
Due to Alaska’s remote location, significant distance is involved when a child moves to another state. An ex-spouse (or military personnel) relocating to another state essentially makes custody and visitation arrangements difficult.
Our Awareness Of The Unique Alaskan Culture
At The Family Law Center For Men, we are aware of the unique Alaskan culture that complicates child custody issues.
With more than 55 years of combined experience, our attorneys have handled many interstate child custody matters for husbands, fathers and military personnel stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Air Station Kodiak, Eielson Air Force Base and Fort Wainwright.
We understand the complicated rules governing custody disputes, including the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA).
Don’t Let Someone Tell You Fathers Don’t Count. You Have Rights.
Child custody and visitation rights are one of the most contentious issues in any divorce. Fathers like you desperately want to be a part of their child’s life.
We can help make sure you are treated fairly and your voice is heard. With decades of experience exclusively advocating for fathers, at Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC, we are confident we can protect your rights.