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Montana Divorce Records

You might need to access Montana divorce records because of an impending marriage to someone and want to check out his or her background. Whatever your reason, you need to know that in Montana, each county maintains separate records of divorce. If you don’t know the county, you can find it through the main office of Vital Records at the following address:

Montana Dept. of Public Health and Human Services
Vital Statistics Bureau
P.O. Box 4210
Helena, MT 59604
Phone: (406) 444-2685


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Most states don’t reveal all of the details of a divorce because they consider parts of it to be private, but you can find out if the divorce was granted legally. In Montana, there is a minimum search fee of $12 payable by check or money order. Be sure to include the fee with the application and some information such as the full names of those listed on the divorce decree, the date the divorce was granted (or as close to the date as you can) and addresses. Also, include information about yourself such as your relationship with at least one of the people listed in the decree and your reason for requesting the divorce copy. You should also send a copy of a recent photo ID.

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You can also use an Internet search site to access divorce records. These sites have search engines and databases that reach far beyond state records – and you don’t need to reveal your identity or any reason why you want the record. Your payment information is kept strictly confidential so that no one will ever know that it was you who requested the record. States are restricted about the information they can release, but online search sites have no such restrictions and can let you know many details that you wouldn’t be privy to from a state-based search. Information such as settlement issues, child custody, property and past addresses and past marriages and divorces are also revealed by Internet search sites. Many professionals such as lawyers and genealogists use these services on a daily basis because they need it delivered in a timely basis and also to be sure that the data received is accurate and up-to-date. Monthly memberships are available if you’ll need to access data on a daily or weekly basis, but you can also use the services for one time only. Just pay a reasonable fee and within moments you’ll receive the information you requested in a format that you can understand and read in the privacy of your own home or office. If you think you might want or need to use an Internet search service, click on the link to find out more information and get started receiving the data you need.