Alaska Age of Majority Law

Minors – Age of Majority – Alaska

A person is considered to have arrived at majority at the age of 18, and thereafter has control of the person’s own actions and business and has all the rights and is subject to all the liabilities of citizens of full age, except as otherwise provided by statute.

Title 25, Chapter 25.20, Section 25.20.010

Age of Majority
18 (§25.20.010)

16 (§09.55.590)

May receive and give full discharge and acquittance for insurance payments up to $3000 if 16 or over (§21.42.290)

Ability to Sue
By representative, guardian ad litem, or next friend (CR 17(c))

Consent to Medical Treatment
If living apart from parents or if parent of child, minor may give own consent (§25.20.025)

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