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Divorce mediation can cover all issues except child support

Couples in Alaska who are considering a divorce may be aware of the option to settle issues through divorce mediation rather than litigation in court. It is an ideal way for couples to resolve issues in a setting far more relaxed than a courtroom. Although child support must be decided by the family court, any other matters related to child custody, parenting plans and visitation, division of marital property, and more, can be addressed through mediation.

Navigating a military divorce or legal separation can be tricky

The marriages of couples in the military nationwide typically present more challenges than those of civilian marriages, and it is no different in Alaska. Unfortunately, many couples are unable to overcome some of the stumbling blocks and find the best solution to be a divorce or legal separation. Factors that commonly present challenges include regular relocations, one spouse being away for extended periods and the inherent pressures presented by the nature of military work.

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