The court documents maintained by the Alaska state courts are referred to as Alaska court records. The court records you can obtain from Alaska state courts include records related to dissolutions of marriage, criminal and civil cases, probate, name changes, and dissolutions of marriage. The clerk of court of the records department collects, maintains, and makes the Alaska court records available. To obtain Alaska court records, you need to submit a written request to the clerk of court in the Alaska county where the case was filed. Generally, court records are available for public viewing; however, there are times when the records are kept confidential, and only the parties involved in the case are allowed to access them.
Not too long ago, people requesting Alaska court reports and court dockets were given access to the records, either in person or through mail. Fortunately, that is no longer the case. Today, you can request for and obtain Alaska court reports online. This has made the process of requesting for and obtaining Alaska court records convenient and fast. To obtain the court records they want, people no longer need to visit Alaska state courts or wait several weeks to receive a response to their mail request. Now, you can easily access records related to domestic disputes, name changes, probate etc. with a click of the mouse.
In case you choose to place a request in the conventional way, you must fill out and submit an Alaska court record request form to obtain the Alaska court records you want. Also, your written request must include:
If you want to facilitate the search, put in as much information as possible when completing the form. Whether you get them online or in person, the Alaska court records you can obtain include those