Findings Of Fact, Conclusions Of Law And Final Decree Of Dissolution Page 2


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The parties were married on (date):
. The marriage was
registered in the County of
, State of
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The parties were married at common law. The parties assumed a marital relationship
by mutual consent and agreement and confirmed their marriage by cohabitation and
public repute.
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The parties separated on (date):
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The parties are not yet separated.
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The marriage is irretrievably broken in that there is serious marital discord which
adversely affects the attitude of one of the parties towards the marriage, and there is
no reasonable prospect of reconciliation.
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The marriage is irretrievably broken in that the parties have lived separate and apart
for a period of more than one hundred eighty (180) days preceding the
commencement of these proceedings, and there is no reasonable prospect of
The conciliation provisions of the Montana Conciliation law and M.C.A. § 40-4-107 do not
At least one of the Petitioners has been domiciled within the state of Montana for at least
ninety (90) days prior to the filing of this action.
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There were no children born of the marriage.
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There were children of the marriage, but none are now minors.
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There were children born of the marriage, but this Court has no jurisdiction over
The wife is not pregnant with a child of this marriage.
The Petitioners have waived the exchange of preliminary declarations of disclosure.
The Petitioners have complied with the final disclosure requirements of M.C.A. §§ 40-4-253
and 40-4-254.
Decree of Dissolution, Page 2 of 8
Approved by the Montana Supreme Court Commission on Self-Represented Litigants and Montana Legal Services Association, 04/01/04


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