COVID-19 Update: Otterson Law & Mediation is open and still working for our clients. We also remain accessible to the public for inquiries and consultations. To comply with CDC recommendations and local mandates, we will not be meeting anyone in person, but will be fully available by phone, email, and US mail. (Mail may involve a 24 hour delay.) We can provide multiple document transfer options (if you don’t want to send by email). We offer phone consultations and video conferences in lieu of office visits.
We hope you and your families stay healthy and find ways to cope with the pandemic related restrictions.
We had a tough adoption that seemed to drag on with the state. The staff at Otterson Law were tremendously knowledgeable and a huge help to us. The adoption portion was all done quickly and we were very pleased with with their work. We will be using them in the future. Sima T.
Otterson Law & Mediation just finished the adoption of my daughter, Melissa. They did it during COVID and around all the state closures. I was happy with the communication and also with the timeliness of getting it finished. Reklats E.
Otterson Law office handled the adoptions of my niece and nephew in Alaska. They did a great job addressing all of the concerns and making sure that things were handled well. I am glad to have my niece and nephew in our family thanks to them. Trevor B.
We serve the following localities: the Municipality of Anchorage including Anchorage and Eagle River; Ketchikan Gateway Borough including Ketchikan; Prince of Wales-Hyder including Craig and Metlakatla; Sitka Borough including Sitka; the Municipality of Skagway including Skagway; Hoonah-Angoon including Hoonah; Valdez-Cordova including Valdez; Wrangell Borough including Wrangell; Petersburg Borough including Petersburg; and Yakutat Borough including Yakutat.
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