- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 77. Community Property Act
- Section 70. Obligations of Spouses.
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AS 34.77.070. Obligations of Spouses.
- (a) [Repealed, Sec. 6 ch 80 SLA 2001].
- (b) After the determination date, a spouse's obligation to satisfy a duty of support owed to the other spouse or to a
child of the marriage may be satisfied only from community property and the other property of the obligated spouse that
is not community property.
- (c) [Repealed, Sec. 6 ch 80 SLA 2001].
- (d) [Repealed, Sec. 6 ch 80 SLA 2001].
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 6 ch 80 SLA 2001].
- (f) This chapter does not alter the relationship between spouses and their creditors with respect to property or an
obligation in existence before the determination date.
- (g) A writing that is signed by a creditor and that reduces a creditor's rights under this section is binding on the
- (h) A provision of a community property agreement or a community property trust does not adversely affect the interest of
a creditor unless the creditor has actual knowledge of the provision when the obligation to the creditor is incurred.
The effect of this subsection may not be varied by a community property agreement or a community property trust.
- (i) This chapter does not affect an exemption provided under other law for the property of spouses.
- (j) An obligation incurred by only one spouse before or during marriage may be satisfied only from the property of that
spouse that is not community property and from that spouse's interest in community property. This subsection does not
apply to an obligation described in (b) of this section.
- (k) An obligation incurred during marriage by both spouses may be satisfied from property of each spouse that is not
community property and from the community property.
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