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What are Grounds for Divorce in Montana?

A Montana divorce will be granted if the court finds the marriage to be irretrievably broken, the parties have lived separate and apart for at least 180 days before commencing a divorce action, or there is serious marital discord that adversely affects the attitude of one or both spouses toward the marriage. (Montana Code Annotated Title 40, Chapter 4, Section 104)

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