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Whoever wants a dissolution has to wait six months after the judge signed the Decree of Legal Separation to file the motion asking for a divorce. The court must grant the motion and convert the decree to a Decree of Dissolution of Marriage. The law about this is MCA 40-4-108.
Divorce Filing Fees and Typical Attorney Fees by State StateAverage Filing FeesOther Divorce Costs and Attorney FeesMontana$170Average fees: $6,000+Nebraska$158Average fees: $8,000+Nevada$217 (first appearance), $299 (joint petition)Average fees: $10,000+New Hampshire$400Average fees: $9,000+48 more rows • Jul 21, 2020
No, mutual consent divorce petition cannot be filed online. You needs to appear twice before the Court of law for seeking a decree of divorce by way of mutual consent.
First, you must meet the residency requirements of the state in which you wish to file. Second, you must have \u201cgrounds\u201d (a legally acceptable reason) to end your marriage. Third, you must file divorce papers and have copies sent to your spouse.
With an uncontested divorce, you have the option of using an online divorce service, which will complete the required forms for you (based on your answers to a questionnaire) and basically walk you through the process. As an additional service, some of these companies will also file the papers for your with the court.
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Divorce Filing Fees and Typical Attorney Fees by State StateAverage Filing FeesOther Divorce Costs and Attorney FeesMontana$170Average fees: $6,000+Nebraska$158Average fees: $8,000+Nevada$217 (first appearance), $299 (joint petition)Average fees: $10,000+New Hampshire$400Average fees: $9,000+48 more rows • Jul 21, 2020
Alaska: In Alaska you can get divorced for $150 with a minimum of 30 days processing time. Although this is not the cheapest state in which to divorce, the processing speed give Alaska its rating of easiest state for divorce, with an ease of filing score of 100/100.
Montana doesn't require couples to live separate and apart before they may file for divorce or get their final dissolution decree (unless they are using separation as proof that their marriage is broken, as discussed above). But many spouses do decide to separate.
An uncontested divorce with legal representation can cost $1,500 to $2,000. The filing fee in Montana can range from $225 to $250, depending upon the county. With the cost of a document preparation service such as 3StepDivorce.com TM, you will add $299 for a total of your divorce of $524 to $549.
An uncontested divorce with legal representation can cost $1,500 to $2,000. The filing fee in Montana can range from $225 to $250, depending upon the county.

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