Every state has different requirements in terms of how to complete a divorce, but all require a judge to review and approve the divorce settlement. Until you have a court order signed by a judge, you're not officially divorced and you can't remarry.
Alaska Divorce Basics
Alaska allows for no-fault divorce, which means that a person can file for divorce without having to show wrongdoing on the part of their spouse.
Filing for Divorce in Alaska
Here are the basic forms you'll need to file and steps you'll need to take to start the divorce process in Alaska.
Legal Information for Divorce & Family Issues in Alaska
Alaska Family Law Rules and Resources
Looking for Alaska’s rules on marriage, divorce, child custody, and child support? Want to find Alaska’s state’s court forms and instructions and local court websites? Here’s where to start.
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