A divorce filer must be a resident of Alaska. However, specific time duration for his or her residency does not matter.
Residents of Alaska can file the divorce cases on the basis of both, the fault reasons or no-fault reasons. If the filer wants to get the divorce on the basis of fault reasons, then both the spouses are required to agree with the reasons that are mentioned in the case. If the filer wants to prove any other dispute, then it is done in the court of law. Major reasons that become the grounds for the divorce in Alaska include:
During the divorce case in Alaska, custody of child is decided in the event of divorce case. Sometimes, a joint custody is decided for the best possible care of the child. However, decision for giving the joint custody comes up only when it is the best solution for the growth and grooming of child. Following factors are also considered in this regard:
State of Alaska has also developed the guidelines for the child support. Under this clause, either of parents or both may require to pay for the child support depending upon the circumstances. However, if the income of the parents falls below the Federal poverty level and the number of family members is high, then they may deviate from these guidelines. Parents that earn higher income are subjected to different guidelines for the child support.
Rules have also been set for the property distribution of the spouses during the divorce case. Both the parties get the equal rights in this regard and the whole property, inheritances, and gifts are divided in equal halves. However, property before the marriage in case of no-fault divorce remains with the owner. In this regard, financial standings of the spouses, circumstances in which the properties were acquired, income of both the spouses and the needs of the children are given consideration.
Any of the spouses can request for a mediator in the case for the settlement. If no request is made from either of the party then judge may ask the parties to name the mediators if required.
There is no need of a lawyer when applying for divorce in the state of Alaska. A divorce case which is filed without any help of an attorney in any of the states is known as Pro Se Divorce.
Literally, Pro Se is a Latin phrase and it means "on her or his own". Process of getting the divorce without the help of lawyer may vary from one State to another. These types of divorces are perfectly legal and enforceable in Alaska, and are actually very convenient. Usually, once settlements have been made regarding property distribution and custody matters among the spouses in case of a mutual divorce, Pro Se Divorces are filed.
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