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Man forced to pay $30,000 in child support

When judges order parents to pay child support, it is mandatory -- not an option. Many Alaska parents have failed to pay their child support, which may leave the custodial parents working longer hours or depending on financial assistance. However, what if the other parent is not actually the child's father?

Possible changes in child custody for military parents

One of the primary disputes many divorced parents are faced with is child custody. Alaska parents who serve in the military may fear losing child custody or being found in contempt of court if they are on active duty. A state representative in another state has stepped up in an attempt to stop members of the military from losing out on child custody because of their service.

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