Divorce In Alaska

Are you looking for the easiest way to get a divorce in Alaska? We offer an affordable, simple, and fast solution to prepare all the legal forms you need to file. Our forms are court-approved and the easiest answer for couples who have an uncontested case in Alaska.

At InstantOnlineDivorce.com we prepare all the necessary divorce forms and provide detailed written instructions to file your divorce in Alaska. Our step-by-step process makes preparing your forms easier than ever before.

Each state has their own unique forms and filling requirement, but our online service will provide you exactly what you need to get divorced in Alaska. Our divorce documents preparation service is the perfect, stress-free solution for anyone who needs to complete their divorce forms quickly. InstantOnlineDivorce.com has helped thousands of people prepare their divorce documents.

There is no need to drag out your divorce and spend time and money going to a lawyer. Our service allows you to save money and complete the Alaska divorce forms you need to file from the comfort of your living room. If you are always on the go, you can use our service anywhere!

No case to difficult! Whether you have children, need alimony, own your own home, or have other assets, we can help! Just start with our simple online questionnaire, and we’ll provide you instructions for each step of the way.

Most importantly our process at InstantOnlineDivorce.com is 100% secure. Rest assured all of your information is private and secured. Additionally, nothing is filed until you submit the divorce papers to the courthouse. Divorce in Alaska with the InstantOnlineDivorce.com is the simple stress-free solution you need at this difficult time

What Are Grounds for Divorce in Alaska?

There are numerous grounds a spouse can utilize when applying for divorce in Alaska– both no-fault as well as fault grounds.

A no-fault divorce in Alaska is filed under “insupportability”, which suggests that the marital relationship can no longer be sustained because of an unsolvable dispute of personality in between the partners.

The fault alternatives for divorce include:

  • Misuse of drugs.
  • Conviction and felony.
  • Mental disorder that is not curable within 18 months.
  • Infidelity.
  • Unable to consummate the marriage.
  • Outrageous.
  • Typical drunkenness.
  • Personal humiliation.

Process To File Online Divorce In Alaska

Divorce is never easy, but our step-by-step process can make it less stressful. InstantOnlineDivorce.com will prepare all the Alaska court-approved forms you need to file for divorce. The first thing you need to do is qualify to use our service. You can do this by clicking Qualify Now on our home page.

Once qualified, you will answer a few basic questions to register and create your account. After you create your online account, you will begin our step-by-step online interview process. The online interview will give us all the answers we need to complete all the divorce forms you need to file. Through our advanced technology, you can answer the questions at your own pace. All of your answers will save as you go.

After the online questionnaire is complete, we will prepare all of the forms you need to file. You will be able to download your forms from your online account or we can print and ship them to you. Upon receipt of your forms, you will need to sign them and file them with the court.


Forms Required To File in Divorce In Alaska


Packet SHC-PAC1A – Packet for Divorce Complaint with Children

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  • Document SHC-182 – Instructions for Filing a Complaint for Divorce with Children. —–> Download SHC-182 for free
  • Document  SHC-181 – Starting a Contested Case: Step-by-Step Process. —–> Download SHC-181 for free
  • Document CIV-106 – How to Serve a Summons in a Civil Lawsuit —–> Download CIV-106 for free
  • Document SHC-180 – The Life of a Divorce or Custody Case —–> Download SHC-180 for free


All the divorce forms required to start a case in Alaska

  • Form SHC-101 – Complaint for Divorce —–> Download SHC-101 for free
  • Form DR-150 – Child Custody Jurisdiction Affidavit —–> Download DR-150 for free
  • Form DR-305 – Child Support Guidelines Affidavit —–> Download DR-305 for free
  • Form DR-314 – Information Sheet —–> Download DR-314 for free
  • CIV-100 – Summons —–> Download CIV-100 for free


Clerical Forms Needed

  • Form CIV-125S – Case Description Form —–> Download CIV-125S for free
  • Form VS-401 – Certificate of Divorce, Dissolution or Annulment


Optional Forms Required Depending On The Case

  • Form DR-151 – Direction to Seal Child Custody Jurisdiction Affidavit —–> Download DR-151 for free

(note – DR-151 is required if you believe that sharing this information with the other party or making it public could endanger your or your child’s health, safety, or freedom, use this form.)

  • Paternity forms – Will be available at the court
  • Form SHC-1000 – Property & Debt Worksheet —–> Download SHC-1000 for free

(note – SHC-1000 is required if there is a chance of default.)


SHC-PAC1B – Packet for Divorce Without Children

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  • Document SHC-183 – Instructions for Filing a Complaint for Divorce Without Children.


Required Forms To Start An Uncontested Divorce Case

  • Form SHC-102 – Complaint For Divorce —–> Download SHC-102 for free
  • Form DR-314 – Information Sheet —–> Download DR-314 for free
  • Form CIV-100 – Summons —–> Download CIV-100 for free

Required Clerical Forms

  • Form CIV-125S – Case Description Form —–> Download CIV-125S for free
  • Form VS-401 – Certificate of Divorce, Dissolution or Annulment

Optional Forms Depending On Your Situation

  • Form SHC-1000 – Property & Debt Worksheet —–> Download SHC-1000 for free

(note – SHC-1000 is required if there is a chance of default.)


SHC-PAC2 – Alternate Service Packet


  • Instructions for Alternate Service
  • How to Serve a Summons in a Civil Lawsuit
  • Tips on Locating People


Required Forms Serve by Alternate Service (Posting to the Court’s Legal Notice Website or Another Method)

  • Form CIV-145 – Request to Serve Defendant by Posting or Alternative Service, and Affidavit of Diligent Inquiry —–> Download CIV-145 for free
  • Form CIV-101 – Notice to Absent Defendant —–> Download CIV-101 for free
  • If you attempted to have defendant served by process server or by certified mail, attach copies of the Return of Service or green postal card.
  • Form SHC-1625 – Affidavit (1 week before posting ends that states you:
    • tried to serve the defendant by regular first class mail and registered or certified mail. OR
    • that you could NOT serve by mail because you cannot find the defendant’s last known mailing address.) —–>Download SHC-1625 for free

Form Required for Serving Someone in an Alaska State Jail or Prison.

  • Form CIV-140 – Affidavit of Proof of Service at Jail Facility —–>Download CIV-140 for free

Custody Packet (for unmarried parents), SHC-PAC3A


  • Form SHC-187 – Custody Complaint Instructions —–>Download SHC-187 for free
  • Form SHC-181 – Process to start a contested divorce —–>Download SHC-181 for free
  • CIV-106 – Process to serve a summons in a civil case —–>Download CIV-106 for free


Forms Required to start a case

  • Form CIV-106 – Custody Complaint —–> Download CIV-106 for free
  • Form DR-150 – Child Custody Jurisdiction Affidavit —–> Download DR-150 for free
  • Form DR-305  – Child Support Guidelines Affidavit —–>Download DR-305 for free
  • Form DR-314 – Information Sheet —–> Download DR-314 for free
  • Form CIV-100 – Summons —–> Download CIV-100 for free


Clerical forms required

  • Form CIV-125S – Case Description Form —–> Download CIV-125S for free

Depending on the case optional forms required

  • Form DR-306 – Shared Custody Support Calculation —–> Download DR-306 for free
  • Form DR-315 – Application for Services of Child Support Services Division —–> Download DR-315 for free
  • Form DR-151  – Direction to Seal Child Custody Jurisdiction Affidavit (If you believe that sharing this information with the other party or making it public could endanger your or your child’s health, safety, or freedom, please use this form.) —–> Download DR-151 for free
  • Paternity Forms
    • Form SHC-151 – Three-Way Affidavit to Disestablish and Establish Paternity —–> Download SHC-151 for free




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About Instant Online Divorce

Getting a divorce does not need to be a headache. We have a guide that you can use to assist you through your divorce process online. In most cases, your forms can be completed in an hour or less. We only need you to answer some simple questions and we will use these questions to complete your divorce forms. You don’t have to go through the tedious process of hiring an attorney and therefore there is no waiting! The process is very simple and…you can download the forms online!


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  • How much does it cost to get a divorce in Alaska?

    Every state has its own filing fees which will roughly run to $150 – $500. Also, cost of filing a divorce in Alaska depends on many variables like document preparation, legal representation by an attorney, mediation of disputed issues ordered by court etc.

  • How long does it take to get a divorce in Alaska?

    Time taken to get a divorce in Alaska again depends on many variables starting from the state where you are filing, residency requirements, separation period, and waiting period after filing a petition etc. This process can take divorce to be finalized in a matter of few weeks to months.

  • How to get an uncontested divorce in Alaska?

    An uncontested divorce in Alaska is one in which both parties agrees to divorce and all terms of settling their division of any assets, debts, child custody, child support, alimony etc.

  • What is a no-fault divorce in Alaska?

    Earlier, the only way to get a divorce was proving one party responsible for breaking up a marriage. However, all states have now passed a law where one party can divorce simply because they no longer wish to stay married. This process is called a no fault divorce and the spouse filing a no fault divorce do not have to prove any fault on the other party.

  • How do you get a divorce in Alaska when you don’t know where your spouse is?

    Courts in Alaska will not grant a divorce without letting the other spouse know about the petition. Serving summons must be first done to the other party and when it comes for cases where you do not know your spouse current location, divorce by publication or also known as order of notice by publication should be asked from the court. With this method, you will run a legal ad in a newspaper in or near the area of the spouse last known locations/whereabouts.

  • Do I have to go to the court to get the Divorce in Alaska?

    Court appearance will depend on the state you file your petition. Some state will require you to submit all the documents and forms without the need of setting foot in the court house and there are some states that require a court appearance before the Judge before a divorce decree is finalized. No matter from which of these states you file, settling and resolving your differences before filing your petition will play a big role.

  • How is child custody or child support is settled in Alaska divorce?

    Alaska have adopted guidelines for child custody and support that is taken into consideration by a Judge when the order is made. If both parties reach an agreement that does not follow the guidelines, court will likely monitor and review the case very closely to be certain that the agreement is to the best advantage of the child and not the parents before it is approved

  • How to divide property, assets and debts in Alaska divorce?

    Alaska court will normally grant and approve the division of all/any assets, debts or real property if both parties have amicable agreed on the division by themselves. However, if you and your spouse cannot determine how to divide, courts in Alaska will divide and settle under two basic measures: community property or equitable distribution. In community property state, all assets and debts accrued during the marriage will be split equally in 50-50. In equitable distribution states, assets and debts accumulated during marriages are divided equitably (fairly) but not necessarily equally. Some of these states may order one party to use separate property to make the settlement fair to both spouses.

  • How to serve divorce papers in Alaska to the other party?

    In order to serve the divorce papers in Alaska, you can hire a professional process server or have a friend or family member serve the divorce papers in Alaska. But you cannot serve the papers to your ex yourself.

    a. Certified Mail, return receipt requested – Serving divorce papers by certified mail require that your spouse sign a paper that is attached to the envelope when they receive the petition which must be signed and returned.
    b. Personal Service – The constable, sheriff, or professional process server will deliver the court papers to your spouse who must complete a return of service that says when, where and how they were served.
    c. Service by publication – When all the other method fails, service by publication will be permitted by the court. This involves publicizing the divorce petition in a newspaper where your spouse is expected to be living for an adequate length of time. You will have to return a copy of the newspaper notice, with a declaration for how long the notice ran, to the court for proof of service.


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