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Child Custody – Parenting Plans – Visitation

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Forms for Self-Represented Litigants - Packets

Amending Parenting Plan when both Parents agree

Amending Parenting Plan when Parents disagree

Enforcing Your Parenting Plan

Joint Parenting Plan Without a Dissolution

Generic Form

**If you need child custody forms as part of your divorce, click here

Forms for Waiving Court Fees

Petition for Parenting Plan Packet

Answer to Petition for Parenting Plan

Notice of Intent to Move

Selected Montana Statutes about Child Custody

“Termination Of Marriage, Child Custody, Support”
M.C.A., Title 40, Chapter 4

“Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act”
M.C.A., Title 40, Chapter 7

“Grandparent-Grandchild Contact”
M.C.A., Title 40, Chapter 9

Free Information on the Web about Child Custody in Montana

Introduction to Family Law in Montana, from the Montana Supreme Court Commission on Self-Represented Litigants

From www.MontanaLawHelp.org

Recommended Books in the Law Library about Child Custody

Title: Montana Family Law Handbook,
Author: State Bar of Montana, Child and Family Law Section
Call #: KFM9094 .F28 (2005)

Title: Your Right to Child Custody, Visitation, and Support
Author: Mary L. Boland
Call #: KF547 .B6 (2000)

Title: Fathers’ Rights : A Legal Guide to Protecting the Best Interests of Your Children
Author:James J. Gross
Call #: KF540 .G75 (2004)

Title: Modern Child Custody Practice
Author: Jeff Atkinson
Call #: KF547 .A98 (2000, updated in 2004)

Title: Interstate Family Practice Guide: A Primer for Judges
Author: Deborah Goelman
Call #: KF547 .I5 (1997)

Title: The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: A Curriculum for American Judges and Lawyers
Author: Patricia M. Hoff, American Bar Association
Call #: KF 547 .H42 (1997)

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