It's a common misconception that all divorces must be emotional, expensive, and drawn out in the court system. In Montana, however, couples who can agree on the significant divorce-related issues, like child custody, child support, and property division, can utilize the uncontested divorce process.
Overview Annulment is a civil court process that declares a marriage never existed. You can only get an annulment in very limited situations. Many people think an annulment is an easier or quicker alternative to getting a divorce but this is simply not true. Because the situations in which an annulment
Congratulations, you’re engaged! But have you considered what will happen to your assets and property if your marriage ends? These days, many couples include drafting a prenuptial agreement on their wedding planning list. It might sound unromantic, but making sure you and your partner are on the same
If you are getting divorced in Montana, do you know what property you get to keep and what you have to split with your spouse? Who will be responsible for the debts you and your spouse incurred during the marriage, or even before you got married?
You'll find answers to common questions about getting a divorce in Montana below. For more information on family law in Montana, see our Montana Divorce and Family Law page. For all of our articles on dividing property when a couple splits up, see our Divorce and Property area.
Domestic violence leaves a trail of emotionally and physically broken people in its wake. It also has a profound impact on child custody matters. This article will explain what domestic violence is and how it affects child custody. If you have any questions after you read this article, consult with a