Gary R. Eschbacher
- Practice Areas: Divorce law, Family law, Custody law, Child Support, Domestic Partnership Dispute, Litigation, Property Division, Personal Injury law, Real Estate and Business Partnership Dissolution/Litigation
- Admitted: 1974, Alaska and U.S. District Court, District of Alaska
- Law School: University of Oregon, J.D., 1972
- College: Arizona State University, B.S., 1969
- Member: Alaska Bar Association
- Born: St. Louis, Missouri
- ABA: 7410074
Gary has been practicing law in the State of Alaska for over 30 years. Gary is a respected member of the Alaska Bar Association and practices domestic relations, tortious litigation, and other areas. Gary Eschbacher has successfully litigated before the Alaska Supreme Court.
He is authorized to practice in both State and Federal Courts. He has tried cases in Anchorage, Palmer, Seward, Kenai, Homer, Cordova, Juneau, Petersburg, Sitka, Valdez, Nome, Kotzebue, and Barrow.
He is experienced in representing both custodial and non-custodial parents, securing equitable property divisions, and if the circumstances warrant, alimony awards, as well as determinations affecting legal custody and custodial placement.
Justin R. Eschbacher
Practice Areas: Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Litigation, Property Division, Personal Injury, Real Estate.
Admitted: 2001, Alaska and State of California
Law School: California Western School of Law, J.D., 2000
College: University of Alaska Anchorage, B.S., Political Science, 1998 - graduate Honors
Member: Alaska Bar Association and California Bar Association.
Born: Lincoln City, Oregon
In 2011, Justin joined Gary in practicing law in the State of Alaska. Justin graduated Magna Cum Laude from his law school class in the year 2000. Since coming into the practice, Justin has done numerous trials involving family law, as well as practiced before the Alaska Supreme Court.
Justin clerked a Superior Court Judge in 2000. In his practice before the trial court, Justin has handled contested divorces, cases involving domestic violence, contested issues of property and child support, as well as representation of individuals who have been defrauded in real estate transactions, automobile purchases, and like matters. He has also participated in the representation of clients who have suffered personal injury as a result of motor vehicle accidents, assault, and medical malpractice.
In his practice before the Alaska Supreme Court, he has represented contested issues involving prenuptial agreements, deprivation of due process, as well as matters involving child support arrears and custody.