Montana Residency Requirements
At least one spouse must live in (or be stationed in) Montana for 90 days before the divorce is filed.
Grounds for Divorce
You can file for no-fault divorce in Montana if you and your spouse have problems you cannot fix and those problems have permanently damaged your marriage. This is also known as having irreconcilable differences that have caused the irretrievable breakdown of your marriage.
Where to File
All divorces in Montana are filed at the District Court Clerk's office in the county where either spouse lives.
Completing Your Divorce Case
Uncontested divorces in Montana can be finalized in less than 30 days even if you have minor children together.