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How parental alienation can affect custody

While some Alaska couples are able to work together to parent their child following a divorce, other custody disputes do not go so smoothly. In some cases, a parent may make an accusation against the other parent, claiming that the other parent is abusive. There are high stakes when these types of claims are made. An innocent parent could potentially lose custody or the child could end up under the care of a parent who truly is abusive.

The relationship between divorce and the military

Each year in Alaska, a number of people serving in the military either file for divorce or respond to their spouses' petitions. Military service, while certainly laudable, is associated with a greater likelihood of getting divorced than is civilian life, for a variety of reasons.