Anchorage, Alaska Family Law Attorney

Based in Anchorage, the Law Office of Maryann E. Foley provides comprehensive representation to clients throughout Alaska in a range of family law matters, including divorce, child custody and support, and adoption. For more information regarding the full spectrum of our professional services, please see our family law overview.

Since establishing her practice over 25 years ago, firm principal Maryann E. Foley has handled numerous legal issues involving family relationships. Her experience, coupled with an astute awareness of the latest developments in the law, allows her to handle even the most sensitive and emotionally charged disputes with foresight and delicacy while never sacrificing zealous advocacy. Whether through litigation, mediation, or arbitration, Ms. Foley understands how to effectively present her clients' needs and objectives, always striving to achieve optimal results in even the most challenging situations. With her significant expertise, Ms. Foley currently serves as Vice Chair of the American Bar Association's Family Law Section, and in the coming months, will become Chair-elect.

As a legal practice devoted exclusively to family law, we understand that going through a divorce, or making any decision that affects your family, has the potential to affect your overall well-being and your legal rights for years to come. Given what is at stake, our goal is to support and protect your interests now, and provide you with a strong foundation from which to build your future. If you are considering divorce, or are facing another family law issue, please contact the Law Office of Maryann E. Foley. We are conveniently located near the Anchorage courthouse and offer our clients 24-hour phone service.

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