Over Three Decades Of Resolving Family Law Issues In Montana

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New tax law behind push for divorces in 2018

People who live in Montana and are getting divorced know how difficult it can be to come to a final settlement agreement regardless of the circumstances. When faced with the prospect of paying even more money in taxes if a divorce is finalized in 2019 versus in 2018,...

Should I keep my home after a divorce?

If you are facing the prospect of getting divorced in Montana, you are also likely facing the prospect of losing some of your assets or belongings. This is unfortunately an inherent part of splitting up a marital home for most people. When it comes to your actual...

Grounds for divorce in Montana

If you have been contemplating getting a divorce, then your research in to the process has likely unearthed to seemingly contradicting concepts: "grounds for divorce" and "no-fault divorce." Many in Missoula come to us here at the Cunningham Law Office confused as to...

Custody disputes and mediation

Working through a dispute involving child custody can certainly be difficult any married couple. Aside from worries about how much time you will be able to spend with your child once you have split up with your spouse to concerns about how these changes could affect...

Back child support and tax refunds

If you are like some parents, you look forward to receiving a tax refund from the IRS. Whether you regularly use your tax refunds to get caught up on bills, clear debt or purchase things that you have had your eyes on for a long time, there are many reasons why people...

How are a child’s best interests defined?

If you’re involved in a child custody dispute in Montana, you’ve likely heard the term “best interests of the child” quite a bit. But how is this consideration actually defined? The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services explains how the court determines best...