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How Do I File for Divorce in Alaska?
Here are the basic steps you'll need to take to start the divorce process in Alaska.
Uncontested Divorce in Alaska
When you and your spouse agree on the terms of ending your marriage in Alaska, you might be able to file for a dissolution—a faster way to end your marriage than the traditional divorce process.
Understanding and Calculating Alimony in Alaska
Find out how alimony (spousal support) is awarded and calculated in Alaska.
Adultery in Alaska: Does Cheating Affect Alimony?
If you’re getting divorced in Alaska, and your spouse has cheated on you, will it have an impact on any alimony award?
The Basics of Voiding a Marriage in Alaska
Do you believe your marriage is invalid? Learn the details of annulment in Alaska.
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Alaska Divorce: Dividing Property
Are you figuring out how to divide your marital property and debts in a divorce? Here's what you should consider.
How Domestic Violence Affects Child Custody in Alaska
Learn more about domestic violence and how it impacts child custody in Alaska.
Child Custody and Relocation Laws in Alaska
Understanding how one parent’s move will affect custody.
Alaska Child Custody Laws
It's a common misconception that older children can choose which parent to live with after a separation or divorce. In Alaska, the court may consider your child's opinion, but there are many other factors that go into a custody decision.
Paternity in Alaska
Learn why establishing paternity is a critical step in collecting child support.
Child Support in Alaska
In Alaska, both parents, whether they were married to one another or not, have a legal obligation to provide financial support to their children.
Child Support Enforcement in Alaska
Remarriage and Child Support in Alaska
Find out whether remarriage affects child support in Alaska.
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