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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
- Chapter 27. Child Support Services Agency
- Section 65. Waiver of Child Support.
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AS 25.27.065. Waiver of Child Support.
- (a) A custodian of a child, including a custodial parent, owes a duty to that child to ensure that child support is paid
by a noncustodial parent who is obligated to pay it. An agreement to waive past or future child support, made between
an obligor and a person who is entitled to receive support on behalf of an obligee, is not enforceable unless
- (1) the agreement is put in writing at the time the agreement is made; and
- (2) the agreement is signed at the time it is made by both the obligor and the person acting for the obligee.
- (b) When the right to receive child support has been assigned to a governmental entity, an agreement under (a) of this
section that has not been adopted as an administrative order of the agency is not effective during a period when the
obligee is receiving assistance under AS 47.27.
- (c) In a separation, dissolution, or divorce proceeding, a court may not accept a waiver of support by a custodial parent
without proof that the custodial parent can support the needs of the child adequately.
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