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February 2018 Archives

Car accidents on wet roads may lead to injuries, death

An automobile crash involving multiple motor vehicle has sadly claimed an elderly man's life in Montana. The auto accident took place on a wet road on a recent Friday morning. In some instances, these types of car accidents occur due to the carelessness of another driver, in which case this other driver may be held liable for any injuries or deaths resulting from the crash.

Building financial stability following divorce is possible

A marital breakup can easily take a toll on an individual's financial well-being in Montana. This is true no matter how small or great his or her net worth. However, a couple of tips may help with navigating the financial aspect of the aftermath of divorce in Montana.

Car accidents causing injuries, deaths in Montana winter weather

A man's life was sadly cut short in a recent motor vehicle accident. The car crash occurred on a Friday morning and involved three motor vehicles. Sometimes, these types of car accidents stem from a driver's carelessness behind the wheel, in which case the responsible driver may be held financially responsible for the injuries and deaths he or she caused.

Property division includes deciding what to do about family home

Whether to stay in the marital home or move on is one of the most complicated decisions to make during a Montana divorce. After all, unlike other assets subject to property division during divorce, the home is usually the most valuable asset from both a financial and an emotional standpoint. But letting go of the marital home and buying a new one may be a smart move for a couple of reasons.

Car accidents lead to man's death, 2 teens' injuries

A recent car accident in Montana resulted in one man's death and injuries to two other people. The crash took place on a Monday afternoon. Unfortunately, these types of car accidents are often the result of carelessness on the part of one or more drivers, which is usually grounds for litigation.

Is my ex interfering with my parenting time?

There are many ways that parents may make each other's lives difficult while sharing custody or visitation rights. In most cases, even those where a divorce or separation is amicable, this is to be expected in some form or another. However, the innate difficulty of sharing parenting time does not excuse behavior that violates the other parent's rights.