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(a) When presented with a written application for the determination of paternity of a minor child born out of wedlock under AS 25.27.165 from a child's mother, custodian, putative father, legal custodian, or agency representative, or the representative of a child support enforcement agency of another state, the agency shall initiate an administrative proceeding to determine paternity under AS 25.27.165 . The application for the determination of paternity must contain the following information, to the extent the information is available to the person applying for the determination:
(1) a copy of the birth certificate for each child for whom paternity is sought to be established;
(2) the name of the alleged father and any other information or vital statistics that may aid the agency in identifying the alleged father;
(3) the location of the alleged father and any other information that may lead to the location of the alleged father;
(4) the name of any person who had the legal status of the father of the child for whom paternity is sought to be established as a result of the person's marriage to the child's mother or the legitimation of the child under AS 25.20.050 and copies of any orders excluding that person as the child's biological father;
(5) copies of any orders previously issued concerning the support or custody of the child for whom paternity is sought to be established.
(b) The agency will deny an application for administrative paternity determination if
(1) the paternity of the child has already been established in this state under AS 25.20.050 ;
(2) the agency has notice of a determination of paternity concerning the child made by another state that is entitled to full faith and credit under AS 25.20.050 (h);
(3) the child was not born out of wedlock; or
(4) the child is no longer a minor or is otherwise emancipated.
(c) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(d) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(e) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(f) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(g) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(h) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(i) Repealed 6/15/2001.
(j) In this section, a child is born out of wedlock if the mother of the child is not married to the child's biological father at conception, during the pregnancy, or at birth. The agency will consider a child to be born out of wedlock even if the child's mother marries after the child is born.
History: Eff. 10/1/98, Register 147; am 6/15/2001, Register 158
Authority: AS 25.27.020
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