STUART CAMERON “CAM” RADER J.D
Cam Rader is an associate at Ingaldson Fitzgerald P.C. He serves a wide range of clients in all matters related to civil litigation, probate of estates, guardianships, conservatorships, and related litigation. He also handles post death administration for clients serving as personal representatives, executors and administrators in probate estates. Mr. Rader’s experience and tenacity allow clients to have their court matters resolved as quickly as possible given the statutory time periods. Mr. Rader also represents clients in contested matters involving wills or intestate succession.
There is a natural spill-over between this work and one of Mr. Rader’s other areas of expertise: real estate law. He provides real estate services in drafting purchase and sale contracts, real estate contract disputes, foreclosure, leasing, construction disputes, mechanic’s liens, forcible entry and detainer, and broker liability disputes. He has handled lawsuits involving a seller’s failure to disclose, a seller or buyer’s breach of the purchase agreement, unpaid commissions owed to the agent or broker, agent/broker liability, home inspector liability, quiet title or clearance of cloud on title, easements, neighbor relationships and disputes, landlord and tenant relationships and other real estate matters.
Mr. Rader was also a professionally licensed Alaskan registered guide for 15 years. This means he is uniquely qualified to provide legal assistance in fish and game matters, occupational licensing issues, and aviation and firearm matters and has testified as an expert witness in hunting and guide violation cases.
He was a Board Member, the treasurer, and legal counsel for the Alaska Chapter of the Foundation of North American Wild Sheep and is active in the Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation, serving on the banquet committee. He supports putting sheep and sheep hunters on the mountain and keeping them there. An avid outdoorsman he is dedicated to wilderness conservation and wise use of Alaska’s natural resources.
Mr. Rader is a 35 year member of the Alaska Bar Association and is eligible to appear in all state and federal courts within the state of Alaska. He is a member of the Alaska Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Probate Law and Real Estate Sections and has presented Continuing Legal Education classes for the Alaska Bar Association and the National Business Institute on probate practice and issues.
Mr. Rader received his Juris Doctor’s Degree from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in 1981 and a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of Kansas in 1978.
Mr. Rader played hockey in Anchorage for many years and recommends that you keep your head up, if you are standing in front of his net.