Do you support 50/50 shared custody in Alaska if BOTH parents are fit?

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Alaska Family Law does not mandate 50/50 shared parenting during temporary orders and final orders. Divorces can become more combative as parents tend to use children as leverage over the other parent. In Alaska, mother's retain primary custody on an average of 85% of divorce cases. In many cases, the child can be alienated from their father as a result of much discretion offered to judges in custody cases.  The same is true for mothers as well.  So, if both parents are fit parents to their children. The presumption must start at 50/50 from the beginning that must be rebuttable.



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