Montana Legal Ages Laws
|Age of Majority||18 (§41-1-101)|
|Eligibility for Emancipation||Occurs upon marriage (§40-6-234) or by judicial petition after reaching age 16 (§41-1-501)|
|Contracts by Minors||Contracts may be disaffirmed within reasonable time after reaching 18, but necessities may not be disaffirmed (§41-1-301 et seq.)|
|Minors' Ability to Sue||Through general guardian or guardian ad litem (§41-1-202)|
|Minors' Consent to Medical Treatment||Yes, if emancipated; separated from parents and self-supporting; pregnant; has a communicable disease; or addicted to alcohol or drugs; has had a child or graduated from high school; needs emergency care (§41-1-402)|
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