Legal Information: Alaska
Updated: December 7, 2020
What if I feel it is unsafe to go back to the original custody order?
If the deployed parent has been moved out of state and the non-deployed parent files a motion (legal papers) claiming that going back to the original, permanent custody order will result in immediate danger of severe harm to the child or that there has been domestic violence, the judge must arrange for a hearing on this issue.1
1 Alaska Statute § 25.20.110(e)(3)
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