Other helpful resources

We know that navigating the legal system can be challenging. But at Power & Power Law we always do our best to provide clients and community members access to information that may be helpful.

Alaska Court System Calendars:

Need to find a case on today or tomorrow’s Court calendar? Find it here. Need to find out the status of your case in the court system? Use your name to search CourtView for your case here.

Alaska Court System Self-Help Services:

Sometimes, you can handle matters like small-claims on your own. Start here to utilize the Alaska Court System’s Self-Help Services.

Alaska Lawyer Referral Line:

We offer our services to clients when we can. But we provide specialty legal services related to personal injury matters. If you are looking for an attorney to assist you with a non-injury related matter and your independent search is not yeilding results, contact the Alaska Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service at (907) 272-0352, or toll free at 1-800-770-9999.

Search for Alaska Notaries:

Power & Power Law provides in-office notary services to clients. Indeed, everyone at our firm is a notary. But, you may need a notary in your home community for non-case related reasons. Find a Notary in Alaska by searching commissions using the Alaska Notary Commissions website.

Find an Interpreter:

Many clients need the assistance of an interpreter to translate English into their native language and informally use family and friends for this assistance. The Alaska Institute for Justice, Language Interpreter Center may also be able to help. Learn about the Language Interpreter Center by visiting its website or contacting the it by telephone: 1-877-273-2457.