Alaska Divorce & Finances

The division of joint finances is one of the least pleasant aspects of divorce. You might have some questions about the process and how courts decide to split up your jointly owned property.

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Alaska Child Custody & Alaska Child Support

Alaska courts, like family courts in all states, strongly encourage divorcing parents to cooperate in working out the details of raising their children after the divorce because, in the long run, such agreements are in the best interests of the children involved. If the parents are unable to agree, the court will get involved, and will base its decisions on issues of child custody, visitation, and support on the best interests of the children.

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Alaska Divorce & Separation

While separations and divorces are common in every state, each state has its own laws and rules governing the process. If you are considering separation or divorce in Alaska, you might have questions about the specific divorce laws in Alaska. What are the requirements for getting a divorce in Alaska?

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