DanaLyn Dalrymple is the founding owner of Dalrymple Law, P.C. DanaLyn is licensed to practice in both Alaska and Utah. She has practiced in the areas of business, corporate and real estate law since 2001. Her practice also includes estate planning and general civil practice.
DanaLyn grew up in the small farming community of Firth, Idaho and attended universities in Utah, Arizona, and Washington. She obtained her B.S. in Business Management from the University of Phoenix in Mesa, Arizona in 1998 and graduated with her Juris Doctor from the University of Utah, SJ Quinney College of Law in 2001.
DanaLyn’s career began as a law clerk for the State of Washington, Department of Labor in the worker’s compensation section, and then as a law clerk in Utah for Nielsen & Senior, P.C. where she was also hired as an associate attorney. Her work in Utah included state and federal administrative and regulatory cases, water law, real estate, and general civil litigation.
She moved to Alaska in 2003 for a one-year adventure but was hooked and took a permanent position with Landye Bennett Blumstein, LLP for five years in their Wasilla and Anchorage offices. Her practice with LBB included corporate, real estate, Alaska Native law, estate planning and general civil litigation.
DanaLyn currently serves as a Board member of the Palmer Chamber of Commerce and on the MVFCU Supervisory Committee. She has served as a Hearing officer for the Mat-Su Borough Office of Administrative Hearings and on the Mat-Su Board of Equalization in the past.
DanaLyn and her husband Tim have lived in the Valley for over ten years. They have a blended family of seven children, seven grandchildren and two labrador retreivers. They have served as foster parents, foreign exchange parents, and as a Mat-Su Miners host family. DanaLyn enjoys any activity with her friends and family.
She enjoys being part of the Valley business community and appreciates the support she has received since she opened her business in Palmer.
Alison Collins joined Dalrymple Law, P.C. in 2018 as an Associate. Alison has been licensed to practice law in Alaska since 2005. She began her career in law serving the community as an Assistant District Attorney with the District Attorney’s Office, gaining extensive litigation experience. She now offers services as a mediator in divorce and child custody cases as well as working in the areas of business, real estate law, estate planning, and has extensive litigation experience. She is a member of Professional Mediators of Alaska.
Alison enjoyed growing up in Fairbanks and Palmer, graduating from Palmer High School. As an undergraduate, she broadened her educational opportunities by traveling to a variety of locations including studying at Utah State University, University of New Orleans, Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Monterrey, Mexico as well as working internships and doing volunteer work in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Washington, D.C. and Tokyo, Japan, all while earning a B.S. in English and a B.S. in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Alison then earned her Juris Doctorate at Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, graduating in 2005 Magna Cum Laude.
Over the years, she has found many opportunities to volunteer, working with at-risk youth, promoting literacy and learning in local schools, working with youth court programs, and volunteering in leadership capacities for various youth groups and youth sports teams.