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How divorce impacts a child

A divorce may have a significant impact on your life both now and well into the future. In addition, it will likely have a significant impact on your child's life. Ideally, you will do whatever it takes to make sure that your child has the support and resources needed...

Co-parenting tips for divorced parents

One of the most difficult tasks that parents in Montana may face during and after a divorce is building a functional co-parenting relationship with one another. However, it is also one of the most important ones. The best route to success for most parents in this...

What Montana parents should know about divorce

A divorce may be just as difficult for your child as it is for you. However, your child has no say as to whether or not you stay with your spouse, and this lack of control may add a layer of anxiety or stress that you'll need to account for. Fortunately, there are...

Do you need a financial analyst for divorce?

You don't have to manage your divorce in Montana without help. With the assistance of a lawyer, you can navigate your divorce more tactfully. With the help of a financial professional, you can ensure that your new life doesn't turn into a financial ruin. Financial...

The right way to ask for a prenup

Prenuptial agreements are a sensitive issue for couples in Montana, and they can be divisive in some cases. Some people feel they're very unromantic. Others see them as a realistic way to approach a marriage. Experts point out that going through the process of writing...

How are IRAs divided in a divorce

Montana couples who are thinking of getting a divorce likely have a lot of questions running through their minds. As you think about splitting up your marital assets, your IRA account may be an issue that sparks your interest. Dividing this type of account isn't as...

Parenting plans can be flexible

As Montana parents begin to plan their parenting schedule, they should be aware of the different options available. Joint custody plans can be flexible to fit the needs of both parents and children. They can also change over time, as children grow and the family...