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Find out about someone's:

  • MARITAL STATUS
  • GROOM'S NAME AND AGE
  • BRIDE'S NAME AND AGE

  • BRIDE AND GROOM'S ADDRESS
  • DATE OF MARRIAGE
  • COUNTRY AND STATE OF FILLING





Montana Marriage Records

Searching through any state’s vital records can become a nightmare if you don’t know what you’re doing and how to maneuver around the state sites. Then, you may find that the information is sketchy at best and inaccurate at worst. If you’re searching for vital records to help you with a legal process such as immigration, it’s imperative that the data is accurate and up to date. Even if you want to find genealogy records, you’ll want it to be as true as possible. False or sketchy information will only point you in the wrong direction. If you want to go through the state to search Montana marriage records, you can apply through the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services by mail through the following address:

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services
Office of Vital Statistics
111 North Sanders; Room 209
P.O. Box 4210
Helena, MT 59604
(406) 444-5622

  


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Photo identification such as a driver’s license is required to obtain copies of Montana marital records and they also charge a fee of $10 that can be paid by personal check or money order. The information that you’ll receive by the search includes the full names of the groom and bride, marriage date and county and possibly other pertinent data such as names of the mothers and fathers and former addresses. You should be aware that some of the vital records in every state may have been compromised by earlier input by hand rather than the sophisticated computer databases that are now available.

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Rather than going through the hoops of finding vital records through a state, you can also use an Internet search service to find vital records. These search sites are used daily by professionals who need to ensure the accuracy of a search, such as lawyers and genealogists. You can use them on a one-time basis and pay a one-time fee. If no record is found from the information you provide, there is no charge. Also, state searches may take quite a while to accomplish while Internet search sites use powerful databases and search engines to plow through records in a much timelier manner. You won’t have to present identification or reveal why you want the Montana marital record. Simply enter a nominal amount of information and click to submit and begin the search. Usually within moments you should receive a report of the vital record and the information contained within. It will be delivered via your home or office computer and you can peruse it in privacy. To find out more about how you can search through Montana marriage records through an online search site, click on the link.

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