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I have been practicing law in Anchorage, Alaska since 1977.   I started out as a business and commercial lawyer helping clients solve business and commercial problems they faced in running their companies.   I spent fourteen years getting practical experience in the business world.  In 1991, I made the decision to use my experience working with business clients to help divorcing clients find solutions for their toughest legal problems.   I have worked with clients in Anchorage, on the Kenai, in the Mat-Su Valley and in Fairbanks.  I have represented clients from many walks of life from subsistence fishermen to successful business owners.    Making a positive difference in the lives of my clients is one of my core values.


Practice areas


  1. Divorce & Separation: 80%
    24 years
  2. Alimony: 10%
    24 years
  3. Family: 10%
    24 years


Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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  • Richard H. Foley, Jr.

    I have known Peggy Roston personally and professionally for many years. She has an innate and genuine curiosity about people and the law that makes her an outstanding lawyer. Her intelligence and analytical skills are second to none. She displays the highest ethical standards in her practice and obtains good results for her clients. I regularly refer clients to Peggy who need a family law lawyer.


    Richard Foley, Jr. Estate Planning Attorney
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Contact info

Law Offices of Peggy Roston

4141 B St Ste 402
Anchorage, AK, 99503-5943


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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
ownerLaw Office of Peggy Roston1991 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Alaska Bar Associationmember1977 - Present
State Bar of Californiamember1976 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Wright v. Wright, 22 P.3d 875 (Alaska 2001)Case affirmed on appeal
Korn v. Korn, 46 P.3d 1021 (Alaska 2002)Case reversed and remanded. Alimony and property division are separate. Wife is not required to pay for rental income for living in home.
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of California, Hastings College of the LawlawJD - Juris Doctor1976