Webinar: Alaska Family Law Self-Help Center (SRLN 2005)

  Wednesday, May 25, 2005 - 12:00pm

This webinar on the Alaska Family Law-Self Help Center was presented on May 25, 2005, by the Center's then-co-director (and current SRLN Coordinator) Katherine Alteneder. 

The Alaska Family Law-Self Help Center was established by the Alaska Court System in 2001 to improve access to the courts for “pro se” litigants, who are involved in the majority of family law cases. The Center helps self-represented people navigate through their divorce, dissolution and custody cases and related matters such as child support, visitation and paternity. The Center developed an innovative program to provide information and help self-represented litigants make informed decisions about how to advance their cases and resolve their family law matters as quickly as possible.      

A copy of the webinar presentation and supplemental materials are available for download below.