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Important issues involving military members and child custody

Divorced parents in Alaska who are in the military may face additional hurdles regarding child custody. Being active in the military and facing the possibility of deployment does not disqualify a parent from getting primary physical custody. However, some military parents do worry that a judge may consider this a reason to place the child with the nonmilitary parent. Efforts to pass laws addressing this issue have been largely unsuccessful because they are seen as favoring the best interests of the parent over those of the child.

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