Alaska Grandparent’s Rights
Grandparent Rights to Visitation: Divorce pending and in best interest of child. Title 25, Section 25.24.150 (A.S. §25.24.150)
When Adoption Occurs: Adoption terminates any rights unless the adoption decree specifically provides for visitation between the adopted child and the natural relatives.
Child Custody Statutes: Best interest of the child considering: (1) physical, emotional, mental, religious, and social needs of the child; (2) capability and desire of each party to meet those needs; (3) child’s preference; (4) love and affection existing between child and each party; (5) length of time the child has been in a stable, satisfactory environment, and the desireability of maintaining continuity; (6) desire and ability of each party to allow an open and loving frequent relationship between the child and other party; (7) any evidence of domestic violence, child abuse or neglect, or history of violence between the parties; (8) any evidence of substance abuse by a party or other household member that directly affects the child; or (9) any other relevant factor. A.S. §25.24.150.
Parents May Choose: Yes
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