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Dissolution (divorce)

Information and Forms

  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage Forms (write-in-the-blank)

    Download a-write-in-the-blank Petition for Dissolution of Marriage that you can file with a state court in Montana to begin a divorce proceeding. Read More

    By:
    Access to Justice Commission of the Montana Supreme Court
  • Answer to Petition for Dissolution

    These forms are for when you need to file an answer to a Petition for Dissolution. Please note that the 4th and 21st Judicial District Courts have their own forms that you should use if you need to file a response in either of those districts. You can find links to those forms here, also. Write-in-the-blank forms allow you to print out a form, then write your information into the form with a pen. Read More

  • Dissolution of Marriage Basics

    Covers some basic FAQs about dissolution in Montana. Content Detail

    By:
    State Bar of Montana
  • Family Law Videos

    These videos give information about getting a dissolution, parenting plans, and more. Read More

    By:
    Montana Supreme Court, Yellowstone County Bar
  • Divorce and Social Security Benefits

    Social security benefits information in the event your marital status changes. Content Detail

    By:
    Social Security Administration (SSA)
  • How to Change or Correct Your Name on a Social Security Card

    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. Content Detail

    By:
    Social Security Administration (SSA)
  • Dissolution (Divorce) in Military Families

    How dissolution is different in military families compared to non-military families and things you need to know. Content Detail

  • Montana Online Child Support Calculator

    Are you representing yourself in a dissolution or parenting plan case? The Montana Online Child Support Calculator will help you calculate your own child support. Developed by MLSA with expert advice from the State of Montana Child Support Enforcement Division, the calculator can be used when you cannot afford to hire an attorney or other help to determine child support is not available to you. Warning: Please read all of the information provided regarding whether the Calculator is right for you before using it. If you do not, you may get an incorrect calculation or a calculation you cannot use for your case. Read More

    By:
    Montana Legal Services Association
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