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System Information: About the Court System,
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Family Law Self-Help Center: Help for self-represented people in family law.
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Alaska Courts »
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Part XII. Special Proceedings:
Change of Name, Dissolution of Marriage, Divorce, and Legal Separation
Child Support, Parentage, Appointment of Child Custody Investigator,
Guardian Ad Litem.
Alaska Health & Social
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Vital Statistics - Certificates: Divorce, Birth, Death, Marriage.
Alaska Child Support
Child Support Calculator, Payment Information, Kids Online.
Services: Locate absent parents, Establish paternity, Establish child
Enforce child support orders, Review & modify child support orders, Direct
Deposit of support,
- Forms: Child Support Modification, Interstate, Establish Paternity, Electronic
Judicial Council - Publications
Guide to Selecting a Mediator - This guide is for anyone looking for a mediator.
Mediation, Alternative Dispute Resolution - What is Alternative
Alaska Child Visitation Mediation Pilot Project - Mediation for
parents with visitation disputes.
Dispute Resolution - Overview of
dispute resolution other than state courts.
Alaska Administrative Code - Title 25. Marital & Domestic
- Chapter 15. Husband & Wife -
Property of one spouse not subject to contracts...
- Chapter 20. Parent & Child - Person is considered to have arrived at
majority at the age 18.
- Chapter 24. Divorce & Dissolution of Marriage - Annulment, Mediation,
- Chapter 27. Child Support Service Agency - Service of lien, Payment
schedule on arrearages.
- Chapter 30. Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act -
- Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 11.51 Offences Against the Family
Sec. 11.51.125. Failure to permit visitation with a minor:
A custodian commits the offense of failure to permit
visitation with a minor if the custodian
intentionally, and without just excuse, fails to permit
visitation with a child under 18 years
of age in the custodian's custody in substantial conformance
with a court order that is
specific as to when the custodian must permit another to have
visitation with that child.
Administration for Children and Families - U.S.
Department of Health
States' Profile of Child Support - Office of Child
General/State-At-A-Glance, Interstate Family
Support Act, With what foreign countries
does your State reciprocate? Age of Majority, Statute of
Limitations, Support Details,
Income Withholding, Paternity, Support Order Establishment,
Support Modification & Review.