Family Law in Montana - Adoptions, Wills & Probates


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Family Law in Montana - Adoptions, Wills & Probates

Kay Lynn Lee talks about different types of family law matters that Henning, Keedy & Lee handles. From wills, probate, conservatorship, adoption and adult adoption.

Free Legal Aid provides useful information about child custody. In addition to the video here, be sure you check out other resources.

Montana Child Custody Factors

In Montana, as with all other states, the court will always be looking out for the best interests of the children. What you want or your spouse wants is not really relevant until the court says it is. In Montana, the court will make a custody award that is best for the children involved by considering these factors: Check to learn more.

Montana Child Custody

Montana child custody laws protect and promote the child's welfare. Montana's family courts urge divorcing parents to work out the details of raising their child after a divorce. The court steps in to resolve issues on child custody, support, and visitation rights when parents cannot. Check to learn more.

Child Custody in Montana: The Best Interests of the Child

The Montana legislature has recognized that a child’s best interests are generally served by “frequent and continuing contact with both parents.”  Judges can consider any factor relevant to parenting and are guided by some factors that are set out in the state’s laws. Check to learn more.

Child Custody – Parenting Plans – Visitation

In a proceeding for dissolution of marriage, legal separation, maintenance, or child support, the court shall order either or both parents owing a duty of support to a child to pay an amount reasonable or necessary for the child's support, without regard to marital misconduct. Check to learn more.