You should get many more appropriate Alaska responses. It still would help if yo identified your reltaionship to the minor.
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The UCCJEA is not a statute that can be "violated." It is a merely collection of guidelines to be considered by courts in choosing to take, maintain, or relinquish jurisdiction over a matter of child custody. Only state courts are involved. It is unlikely that the public information about the law and legal services we can offer here will provide the help you need. At the very least you should find the resources for a consultation with a local family practitioner experienced in UCCJEA matters.
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