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Divorce in Alaska

The divorce rate in Alaska is 5.5 which makes it significantly higher than the national average of 3.6. If you are thinking of getting a divorce in the state of Alaska, you should become somewhat acquainted with the divorce law for that state. Divorce in Alaska can be fault based or no-fault. The grounds for divorce varies in the state, and consists of the following: incompatibility of temperament, failure to consummate, adultery, conviction of a felony, willful desertion for a minimum of a year, habitual gross drunkenness, and cruel and inhuman treatment.
Law Offices of Allen M. Bailey

Law Offices of Allen M. Bailey

Address: 750 West 2nd Ave., Ste. 215 - Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: 907.272.1488