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Alaska | Section Summary

Marital age requirements in Alaska:

Male (parental consent)
Female (parental consent)
Superior court judge may grant permission for person over 14 at hearing with parents and minor.
Welcome to MaritalLaws! In this section you will find information on laws regarding alimony, child support, custody, divorce, visitation, and even property division for the state of Alaska.

Alaska | Alimony Law Summary

In the state of Alaska, alimony is received after a divorce, or another legal gesture that declares the marriage void, only if the marriage and the resulting divorce, follow several requirements. ....... Click here to get more info on Alimony

Alaska | Child Support Law Summary

If the obligor has the duty to make periodic payments for non-medical child support, the obligor's periodic payments shall be decreased by the amount of the other parent's portion of payments for health insurance ordered by the court or agency and actually paid by the obligor. ....... Click here to get more info on Child Support

Alaska | Custody Law Summary

The court shall determine custody in accordance with the best interests of the child. In determining the best interests of the child the court shall consider:

Alaska | Divorce Law Summary

A divorce may be granted for any of the following grounds:

Failure to consummate the marriage at the time of the marriage and continuing at the commencement of the action: ....... Click here to get more info on Divorce

Alaska | Visitation Law Summary

Visitation Rights of the Grandparent

Except as provided in of this section, a child's grandparent may petition the superior court for an order establishing reasonable rights of visitation between the grandparent and child if the grandparent has established or attempted to establish ongoing personal contact with the child visitation by the grandparent is in the child's best interest. ....... Click here to get more info on Visitation

Alaska | Property Division Law Summary

In Alaska, marital property, or property acquired during the marriage, is distributed equally (50-50) to each party unless the court finds such a division to be inequitable or parties agree to a different formula under which to divide property. ....... Click here to get more info on Property Division

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