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The spouse filing for a divorce/dissolution of marriage must be a resident. No residency time limit is specified. [Alaska Statutes; Sections 22.10.030, 25.24.080, and 25.24.090].
Neither parent is considered to be entitled to custody. [Alaska Statutes; Section 25.24.150].
Either or both parents may be ordered to provide child support. Child support payments may be ordered paid to a court-appointed trustee or through the state child support enforcement agency. There are official Child Support Guidelines contained in Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure; Rule 90.3. These guidelines are presumed to be correct unless there is a showing that the amount would be manifestly unjust under the particular circumstances in a case.
Factors for deviation from the guidelines are:
For parents with income over $72,000, the above six factors do not apply. In those instances, the factors are:
Alaska is an “equitable distribution” state. Both joint and separate property which has been acquired during the marriage will be divided in a “just” manner. Any fault of the spouses shall not be taken into account. If necessary, to achieve a fair result in a “fault-based” divorce action, property acquired before the marriage may be divided also. In a “no-fault” dissolution of marriage action, property acquired prior to the marriage will not be divided unless the spouses agree or it is in the best interests of any children to do so. Gifts and inheritances are also subject to division by the court.
Factors considered are:
Non-monetary contributions to the marriage (for example: home-making) are also considered. If property is considered “community property” under a community property agreement or trust under Alaska Statutes, Section 34.77, the court may divide such property in a just and equitable manner based on all factors, including:
Either spouse may request mediation of an attempt to reach a settlement. If no request is made, the judge may order the spouses to submit to mediation if it is felt that a more satisfactory settlement may be achieved. The court will appoint a mediator. [Alaska Statutes; Section 25.24.060].START Your Divorce Process Now!
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