Montana, as do many other states, recognizes 18 years old as the "age of majority," at which point residents are legally considered adults (as opposed to.
Anyone who is legally an adult is free to get married in the U.S., although many states still restrict marriage to heterosexual couples. But states also have laws.
Montana statutory rape law is violated when a person has consensual sexual intercourse with an individual under age 16. View list of sexual assault laws.
Montana alcohol laws permit adults to work as servers in venues that sell alcohol to drink on-site. Those of any age below 21 may drink alcoholic beverages.