Can Alaska Attach The Property Of A Noncustodial Parent Who Lives In Another State?

Alaska may file an interstate action to enforce a child support order. Before requesting the other state to seize property, the Alaska agency or the custodial parent`s lawyer first must determine if a withhold and deliver or attachment order could be successfully carried out from Alaska.

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