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Family Law, Estate Planning, and Elder Law Attorneys with More Than 55 Years of Experience

ANCHORAGE, AK, September 11, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC, a team of family law, estate planning, and elder law attorneys, are highly experienced and well-versed in how to appropriately handle clients’ legal needs. Mitchell K. Wyatt and Rhonda F. Butterfield are partners at this Alaskan law firm, and they possess more than 55 years of combined experience in these areas of the law.

Wyatt & Butterfield law firm offers premier family law services for men, as well as estate planning and elder law services to Alaskans in need of legal assistance.

“Our family law and elder law attorneys take pride in serving husbands, fathers, families, and the elderly from Anchorage to Wasilla, the Kenai Peninsula, and communities throughout Alaska. Understanding the difficulties associated with divorce, estate planning, and elder law, as well as the vast array of emotions these legal matters can bring, is what makes a good attorney. We want to ensure your story gets told and your voice is heard. Being a strong advocate involves compassionately listening to your worries, questions, and concerns. At Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC, we take the time to learn who you are and how best we can help men with their family law matters, as well as the elderly with their legal needs,” said the spokesperson for Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC.

Mitchell K. Wyatt and Rhonda F. Butterfield, partners at this law firm, have been advocating for men in a variety of family law matters for many years, as well as assisting individuals who need help planning for their future.

Mitchell K. Wyatt enlisted in the U.S. Navy after graduating from high school. After leaving the Navy, he attended Brigham Young University (BYU), majored in Business Management, and graduated Cum Laude. Following graduation, he was accepted into law school at BYU.

He re-entered the Navy as a Navy JAG and served as a prosecutor in drug and child sex abuse cases. After leaving the Navy for private practice, he practiced law in Texas until moving to Alaska in 2003. Mr. Wyatt was working as an Assistant Attorney General in the Child in Need of Aid section until he re-entered private practice in May 2007 and limited his practice to primarily family law with an emphasis on fathers’ and grandparents’ rights. After years of practice in the family law arena, he migrated his practice to estate planning and elder law.

Rhonda F. Butterfield lived in Australia for one year in high school as a Rotary Exchange Student. Her college career included one year in Washington, D.C., on Capitol Hill as a political science intern. She graduated from college early, with high honors, and received a scholarship to attend Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.

After graduation in 1976, she came to Alaska for a one-year internship with Supreme Court Justice Jay A. Rabinowitz but decided to stay in Alaska. She has lived and practiced in Fairbanks, Kenai, and Anchorage as an Assistant District Attorney and Assistant Attorney General, prosecuting all manner of criminal cases.

Ms. Butterfield also worked in the civil side of the state Attorney General’s Office, representing the Child Support Enforcement Division (CSED, now CSSD) in the Department of Revenue. After retiring from the state, she entered private practice. She handles trials, settlements, administrative matters, and appeals with the knowledge, experience, and confidence of someone with four decades of legal experience in the Alaska court system.

Wyatt & Butterfield, LLC, is located at 1016 West 6th Avenue, Suite 302, Anchorage, AK 99501. You can contact them via phone at (907) 331-6979 to schedule an appointment. Online inquiries can be submitted by filling out a brief form on their website. Visit their website or their Facebook page for additional information.


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