Information and Forms
Find helpful articles and free court forms related to divorce, or Dissolution of Marriage, by following the links below.
The information in this article applies to both parties in a divorce or parenting case. There is helpful information about what happens at the beginning, during, and after divorce or parenting case. We added lots of links to more information and do-it-yourself forms that you can use in Montana Courts.
Learn tips for keeping track of payments, what to do if you changed your name, tax tips, what to do if you move, and what happens if you want to change your Parenting Plan.
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Information about paying credit card debt if your ex-spouse does not pay.
This fact sheet is intended to provide information regarding common tax issues that arise when a person is going through a divorce or parenting case.
If you legally change your name, you need to tell Social Security so you can get a new card. If you do not get a new card with your new name on it, you may lose benefits, or delay your tax refund.
Information on dealing with the credit accounts you have with your spouse or ex-spouse.
Use a free interactive program to create court forms to file for a Dissolution of Marriage in Montana. You can use this interactive form for a divorce with or without children.
Download a free write-in-the-blank court form to file a Petition for Dissolution with Children in Montana.
Download a free write-in-the-blank court form to file a Petition for Dissolution without Children in Montana
Download a free fill-in-the-blank court form you can use to file a Response to Petition for Dissolution with Children in Montana.
Download a free write-in-the-blank court form to file a Response to Petition for Dissolution without Children (write-in-the-blank form) in Montana.
Forms for a summary dissolution. A summary dissolution is only available if certain circumstances are present; see the packet for more information.
Use this form to ask the court to waive the fees you must pay to file court documents.
You can use this form to ask the court to appoint an interpreter for you in a lawsuit if you a person who has a limited ability to read, write, or understand English or if you have a hearing impairment and require interpretation services.
Use this worksheet to gather all of the information you will need when completing the Interactive Petition for Divorce Forms.
Use a free interactive program to create court forms to ask the court to waive your filing fees.
Download a free write-in-the-blank court form to ask the judge to let you file court documents without paying a fee.