Alaska Divorce Records
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Are Alaska divorce records publicly accessible?
Divorce records are public documents. Basically anyone can request them, and they are available to the public for viewing. But part of the record information may be made unavailable when there are children or domestic violence victims involved – the details about them may be sealed to protect their privacy and safety.
How to find a divorce record in Alaska?
You can start by searching for the name in the index of the court, usually at the state court or the county court where the divorce was filed. If the records have been digitized, you can also search for the name of either party in the online databases of these courts and see if they have records of their divorce.
To search the Alaska divorce record online at the state level, you can visit:
What information does a Alaska divorce record contain?
You’ll see in a Alaska divorce record the basic information related to the divorce, as well as the proof, that is the divorce certificate and decree. These are helpful when you are looking for information about someone’s past. You can find out if they have been married before, when they were divorced, how long their marriages lasted, and how they handled the breakups.
Divorce records in Alaska usually contain information about the divorce process, such as:
- Date of marriage
- Date of divorce
- Names of spouses
- Name and address of the court where the divorce was filed
- Name and address of attorney for one or both parties
What are divorce certificates in Alaska?
In Alaska, a divorce certificate is an official document that certifies that a marriage has been officially ended. It includes the basic information of the divorce (such as the date and location) as well as the parties involved (their names).You’ll be able to get the divorce certificate from the office that is keeping track of the divorce records in Alaska, and a lot of the time use it as a simple proof of divorce. In addition to showing someone you have been divorced, a divorce certificate can also be used to obtain new identification documents, change your last name, get remarried, and more
What are divorce decrees in Alaska?
In Alaska, a divorce decree is a legal document that is filed with the court and finalizes the divorce. Issued by a judge, it contains more details than a divorce certificate. The exact content of a decree will vary depending on jurisdiction but typically includes:
- The date of the divorce
- The names and addresses of both spouses
- The custody arrangements for any minor children
- Any alimony or child support payments, and how they should be paid
- Any property settlements agreed upon by both parties
There are a few different ways to access Alaska divorce decrees. One way is to go to the court website and search for them. You can also request them from the clerks by mail, fax, or in person.