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Although Montana offers only no-fault grounds for divorce, this doesn't necessarily mean that both spouses agree that the marriage is broken. According to Montana divorce laws, a judge may postpone the divorce process for 30 to 60 days and suggest marriage counseling. The court then holds something called a conciliation conference and decides whether the marriage is broken. During this time, the court can seek evidence to make a ruling on whether the grounds stand.
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