In Montana, a marriage is a personal relationship between a man and a woman arising out of a civil contract to which the consent of the parties is essential.

A marriage may be contracted, maintained, invalidated, or dissolved only as provided by Montana Law.

A marriage may be solemnized by any public official whose powers include solemnization or in accordance with any mode of solemnization recognized by any religious denomination, Indian nation, tribe or native group.

A marriage may be created by declaration without solemnization.

A marriage may also be declared in common law.

See our FAQ’s on marriage.


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