Legal Information: Montana
Montana Parental Kidnapping
Laws current as of December 31, 2021
Custody and kidnapping are complicated and it is important to try to find an experienced lawyer to help you with your case. The terms used on this page are defined generally, and may have different meanings in your state. Please check with a lawyer for advice about your specific situation. For legal referrals, go to our MT Finding a Lawyer page.
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