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For best results, the Forms Office recommends users save the fillable PDF forms to their desktop and open them with Adobe Reader instead of within their browser.
Which forms do you need?
- CIV-735 Answer - Forcible Entry & Detainer
The Alaska Court System Forms Catalog lists all the forms produced by the Administrative Office of the Court. We provide this catalog for informational purposes. Contact your local court to request a form listed in the catalog that is not available on the website. **
- Many of the forms in this catalog are not available on the court website
- Many of the forms are for court use only
Legal form books provide sample language you may use on documents to file with the court. Some forms, such as those prepared by the Alaska Court System, are fill-in-the-blank, while others merely provide language that you will need to tailor to your situation. It is important to note that forms are not available for every situation. You will often have to create documents without the help of examples, and you should consider consulting an attorney to assist you. Each person's legal situation is unique. Court staff cannot advise you about what language to use and library staff cannot select forms for you.
The Alaska Court System Forms Book contains official forms produced by the Court System. A few of these forms are available here. The forms are also available at all court locations, and the Forms Book is available for review at the Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks law libraries. Selected Alaska Appellate Court Forms are also available online.
The NALS of Anchorage Handbook (formerly the Anchorage Legal Secretaries Handbook) provides explanations of some legal procedures and sample language that may help you prepare documents in the areas of adoption, bankruptcy, divorce, and probate. The NALS of Anchorage Handbook is available for review at the Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks law libraries and at the clerk's offices of the Anchorage, Kenai and Palmer courts.
General form books, such as West's Legal Forms , American Jurisprudence Legal Forms and Federal Practice and Procedure are available at the Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks law libraries for review.
The Court System produces explanatory pamphlets covering topics such as bail, Anchorage traffic court, Child In Need of Aid proceedings, mental health commitments, misdemeanor arraignments, and minor offenses. The publications are available at all court locations statewide, and a few publications are available here.