AOW is deeply concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis now facing all of us.  We recognize the challenges and difficulties all Alaskans are facing during this time. Despite these challenges, AOW wants you to know that we remain vigilant in protecting your rights and navigating this crisis to meet your interests. Your interests and safety are our paramount concerns. Following the recommendation of our medical and governmental leaders, we will continue to address your interests via telephone, video conferencing or other means.

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Aglietti, Offret & Woofter offers versatility and personal attention to all clients. Since 1979, we have been providing effective and experienced legal representation to clients throughout the Southcentral Alaska region. Our firm’s practice areas include family law, personal injury, criminal law, real estate, bankruptcy, business law, probate and estate administration/planning.

Each client brings diverse concerns, ranging from federal criminal charges to juvenile matters, complex divorces and zoning issues. No case is too big or too small. We are dedicated to representing individuals and helping them through any type of legal matter. The firm represents people on main street, not Wall Street.

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Alaska Legal Practice Areas

Alaska Family Law

Family law issues are immensely difficult and emotional. We, at Aglietti, Offret & Woofter, look at each case objectively to reach positive outcomes while being sensitive to each client’s unique situation.

Alaska Bankruptcy Law

Burdensome debt can be one of the most stressful things in life. Economics, the local economy, lay offs and more can happen.

Alaska Business Law

From formation through to succession, merging and acquisition, or even bankruptcy, businesses go through changes

Alaska Criminal Law

The effect of a conviction of a criminal charge should never be underestimated. Depending on the circumstances of the charge, a conviction can mean the end of personal and professional opportunities, or a direct deprivation of life and liberties. As such, it is critical to take deliberate and decisive action in protecting your rights.

Alaska Probate & Estate Law

Planning for the future is something every family should undertake. Change happens, sometimes unexpectedly. Properly planning and adjusting to these changes, even when they are difficult, allows you to take control of your life, reduce stress and legal fees, and preserve the wishes of your loved ones, living and deceased.