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The Alaska Court System's Family Law Self-Help Center has excellent explanations, and all of the forms necessary to end your marriage.
The Family Law Self-Help Center (FLSHC) is a statewide public service provided by the Alaska Court System dedicated to helping people navigate the Family Court proceedings when they do not have an attorney. The FLSHC provides both information and court-approved forms to help you with divorce, custody, child support, protection orders, grandparent visitation and custody, guardianship of minors, paternity, adoption, emancipation, and name changes.
The Family Law Self-Help Center provides explanations, instructions, and forms for modifying a child custody, visitation, or support order.
The Family Law Self Help Center provides forms and instructions to ask for something from the Judge when you are a party in a court case. Asking for something in a court case is done by making a motion to the court. This link explains how to file, serve, and respond to a Motion.