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Q: Retiring in August 2015. Spouse and I have agreed to go our seperate ways. Divorce vs. Anullment.

We have a child who is enlisting into the army, waiting to sign the papers. Child is 17 at the moment and will be 18 in November. Child has lived with Mother during the duration of my military career. How would child support be handled. Also, I am in AK and the Spouse is in NC. What would be the... Read more »

Peggy Roston
Peggy Roston answered on Jan 13, 2016

If you and your spouse had a child during marriage, then you have a couple of options. The first is to file a joint petition for dissolution. The second option is to file an uncontested divorce case. You can find the forms on-line at http://www.courts.alaska.gov/shc/family/shcforms.htm.

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Q: How do I find out who got me on child support
Peggy Roston
Peggy Roston answered on Jan 15, 2016

You should be entitled to take a paternity test to see if you are the father of the child in question. I would contact CSSD here to discuss this issue if they are refusing to disclose the name of the mother to you.

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