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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 36 . Public Information
Section 255. Revokes a revocable disposition

2 AAC 36.255. Revokes a revocable disposition

For purposes of AS 14.25.166 (a) and in accordance with AS 13.12.804 (a)(1)(A), a divorce, a dissolution of marriage, or an annulment of a marriage revokes a revocable disposition or appointment of property. If a member designates a spouse as a beneficiary and is subsequently divorced or a dissolution or annulment of the marriage is granted, the beneficiary designation is void unless the member, in writing after the divorce, dissolution, or annulment specifically affirms the former spouse as a beneficiary.

History: Eff. 1/7/2001, Register 159

Authority: AS 14.25.022

AS 14.25.035

AS 14.25.166


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