Eviction lawyers on the Kenai Peninsula

Protecting the rights and assets of Alaskans

The attorneys at Dolifka & Associates have extensive experience in commercial and residential evictions, collection of past due Homeowners’ Association fees, and landlord-tenant litigation.

We have represented individual owners and landlords, property management companies, homeowner associations, court-appointed receivers and tenants in commercial and residential eviction cases throughout the Kenai Peninsula. With decades of experience, we provide Alaskans time and cost-efficient solutions to their eviction and other landlord-tenant related needs.

So whether you are a landlord or a tenant, contact us to find out how we can assist you with your eviction, landlord-tenant, or real estate-related needs today.

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    Our top evictions lawyers help with the following:

    Residential and Commercial Evictions

    Alaska Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act

    Commercial and Residential Lease Agreements

    Homeowner Associations

    Civil Litigation

    Landlord Risk Management Services

    “We are fortunate to practice in a community where we have such deep roots. Helping our neighbors navigate the law is our number one priority”

    Frequently asked questions

    Have questions about evictions or landlord-tenant issues? Dolifka & Associates is here to help you. Call (907) 262-2910 today!

    Notice to Quit is given to an Alaska tenant. Before a lawsuit to evict a tenant can be filed, the landlord must give the tenant written notice of the reason the landlord intends to evict the tenant. The notice must give the tenant time to correct the problem (or move out) in order to avoid eviction

    Forcible entry and detainer (F.E.D.) is a type of court case in which a property owner seeks possession of the owner’s real property (like land, a house or an apartment) currently being occupied by another person or persons. Sometimes this type of case is referred to as an “eviction” or “possession” action.

    The court holds an eviction hearing within 15 days after the case is filed in court and at least 2 days after the summons is served on the tenant. At this hearing, the judge decides who gets possession of the property.