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Alaska Child support Law

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Rule 90.3 of the Alaska Rules of Civil procedures lays out the legal procedures and rules relating to Alaska child support awards.

  • The Rules prescribe the use of “Percentage of Income model” for computing the child support amount.
  • The combined income of the parents is taken as the base for determining the amount to be paid by the non-custodial parent.
  • The net income is derived after deducting necessary adjustments like income tax, federal tax, union dues, Medicare tax, etc. from the gross income
  • The percentage will be applied in the rates of 20%, 27%, 33% for one, two and three children respectively and additional 3% for every additional child.

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