Alaska Statutes.
Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
Chapter 24. Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage
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Chapter 24. Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage

Section 10. Right of Action For Divorce.
Section 20. Void Marriages.
Section 30. Voidable Marriages.
Section 40. Action to Declare Marriage Valid.
Section 50. Grounds For Divorce.
Section 60. Mediation.
Section 70. Confession of Adultery.
Section 80. Residence Requirements For Action to Declare Marriage Void.
Section 90. Use of Spouse's Residence.
Section 100. [Renumbered as AS 25.24.900
Section 110. Separate Domicile or Residence.
Section 120. Defenses to Adultery.
Section 130. Defenses to Other Divorce Grounds.
Section 140. Orders During Action.
Section 150. Judgments For Custody.
Section 152. Children as Dependents For Tax Purposes.
Section 155. Reservation of Issues.
Section 160. Judgment.
Section 165. Change of Name in Divorce or Annulment.
Section 170. Modification of Judgment.
Section 180. Effect of Divorce.
Section 200. Dissolution of Marriage.
Section 210. Petition For Dissolution.
Section 220. Hearing.
Section 230. Judgment.
Section 232. Children as Dependents For Tax Purposes.
Section 240. Effect and Modification of Decree.
Section 250. Forms.
Section 260. Right to File Action for Divorce.
Section 300. [Renumbered as AS 25.20.140
Section 310. Representation of Minor.
Section 400. Complaint For Legal Separation.
Section 410. Grounds For a Legal Separation.
Section 420. Residency Required.
Section 430. Consolidation of Actions.
Section 440. Applicability of Other Statutes.
Section 450. Decree.
Section 460. Effect of Separation.
Section 900. Residency of Military Personnel.
Section 910. Payment of Support to 18-Year-Olds.
Section 920. Provision of Information to Child Support Services Agency.


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