Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ About Family, Personal Injury, & Criminal Law
What types of drug offenses do you handle?
A: Our firm handles the legal defense for a wide range of
drug offenses. This includes possession of illegal drugs and controlled substances,
the sale of drugs, drug trafficking, drug distribution, drug cultivation,
and more. These are serious offenses and we can offer you strong legal
representation. Fill out a
case evaluation today with the details of your situation.
What happens if I am convicted of domestic violence?
A: If you are found guilty of
domestic violence, you could be facing serious fines and fees, significant jail time, and
will likely have to deal with a very restrictive restraining order. In
the case that the domestic violence was against a spouse or involved child
endangerment or neglect, you may not be able to come in contact with your family.
How complex is the personal injury claim process and can I handle it on my own?
A: Filing a
personal injury claim is very complex and can be confusing and overwhelming to deal with, especially
while you are dealing with physical pain and injuries. Although you may
legally be able to represent yourself, it is highly advisable that you
retain a lawyer.
What will happen to my assets in a divorce?
A: This depends greatly on your specific situation and whether you and
your spouse had a pre-nuptial agreement. However, the division of assets
in Alaska are typically split equally between two parties during the property
settlement procedure. You can rely on our team to ensure your assets are
divided fairly in your
What are the legal consequences of sexual assault?
A: The repercussions depend on the circumstances of the
sexual assault and the decision that the judge makes. If there was a deadly weapon used
in the crime, if the victim suffered very serious injuries, or if the
victim was a minor, you could be facing more jail time or more serious
To make an appointment for an initial consultation at Denali Law Group,
contact our office at
(907) 268-4913! Free evaluations for criminal defense and personal injury cases only.