Fort Belknap Tribal Court
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More than 60 tribes operate tribal child support programs, providing services to Native American families consistent with tribal values and cultures. Like their state counterparts, tribal child support programs locate custodial and noncustodial parents, establish legal fatherhood (paternity), establish child support orders, enforce orders, and offer family-centered services and referrals.
Use this form if you and spouse agree on how to split up your debts and assets and parenting time and want to file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage as Co-Petitioners. This form can only be used in a court in the Fort Belknap Indian Community
Use this form to file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage in the Fort Belknap Court. This form is for when you and your spouse do not agree on how to divide your marital property and debts, or parenting time.
Use this form to ask the court for an Order of Protection against someone who you believe is an immediate and present danger to your and/or a family member.
Use this form to ask the Family Court of the Fort Belknap Indian Community to appoint you as a Guardian of a minor child. You will need to attach a copy of the child's Birth Certificate to the Petition. You can only use this form in a court in the Family Court of the Fort Belknap Indian Community
Use this form to ask the Court for a Name Change for a Minor. You can only use this form in the Tribal Court of the Fort Belknap Indian Community.
Use this form to ask the Court to grant you a Name Change. You can only use this form in the Tribal Court of the Fort Belknap Indian Community.
File this form to ask the Fort Belknap Court to grant you a separation of marriage and maintenance.