Monday, December 20, 2010

"Montana Supreme Court Considers Access Restrictions"

This really needs to happen. Currently, the law in most states gives open access to very private information in divorce cases for anyone who wants to view the information. This is bad for the parties involved (identity theft, disclosing selling terms for homes, etc.) and bad for the children involved (who did nothing to get their private information out there to begin with). Legislators please fix this.
-Larry Rice

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1 comment:

  1. Divorce cases, by their nature, include all of the assets of parties and provide enough personal information to make identity theft a real threat. These documents can make easy one-stop shopping for criminals.