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Legal Information: Alaska
Updated: December 7, 2020
Sec. 25.24.120. Defenses to adultery
In a divorce action for adultery, the following defenses may be made:
(3) the act has been expressly forgiven or impliedly forgiven by the voluntary cohabitation of the parties after knowledge of the act;
(4) the plaintiff is also guilty of adultery and without procurement or connivance of the defendant and not forgiven as provided in the defenses to adultery; or
(5) the action has not been commenced within two years after the discovery of the act by the plaintiff.
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