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April 2017 Archives

Various options exist for divorce process

Each spouse has his or her own concerns and priorities during the dissolution of a marriage. Complicating matters even more is the fact that many matters must be addressed in the state of Montana, ranging from property division to potential spousal support. The divorce process can take one of many forms.

Financial aspect of divorce can be tricky to address

Dissolving a marriage can be a tricky endeavor due to the emotional and financial components of this legal process. However, being proactive may help to make the process less scary initially and easier to navigate. A few tips may help with addressing the financial aspect of divorce in the state of Montana.

Parents can make divorce process easier for the children

The dissolution of a marriage can be a painful process for everyone involved. That includes both the parents and the children. However, parents can take a few steps to prevent their children from suffering more emotional harm than necessary during a Montana divorce proceeding.

4 common questions about prenuptial agreements

You're 35, you're about to get married, and you're thinking about a prenuptial agreement. You and your significant other don't have kids, but you have assets, and you want to protect them. However, since this is your first time thinking about prenups, you don't know as much as you think you should before signing a legally-binding document. Below are four common questions and answers to help you out.