The following links and places may help you in your own legal research. If you don’t find what you need, contact us for more information.
Montana Law Library Forms: These forms were created by Montana attorneys for your use for a variety of legal matters.
Montana Constitution: Passed in 1972, this is a unique document and worth reading.
Montana Code Annotated: Montana laws.
Administrative Rules of Montana: The rules that govern the administrative branches of Montana’s government
State Law Library of Montana: The law library is in Helena, but you can find a number of helpful things on their web site.
Montana Supreme Court Cases: The law in Montana is made by the legislature or passed on in the form of common law, and interpreted by the Court. This is known as “Case law” which the more recent cases may be found here.
Montana Legal Services: You may qualify for free legal aid or reduced fees. Contact them for more information.
MontanalLegalHelp.org: This is a project of Montana Legal Services. You can find a number of forms and helpful information on this site.
Montana Cadastral: This is one of my personal favorites. There is a lot of useful information regarding land within Montana on this site.
Gallatin County Self Help: This is a service provided in Gallatin and Park Counties where a person can help you find the documents that you might need.
Gallatin Legal Assistance Clinic: This service is provided to Gallatin and Park County residents dealing with family law who qualify financially for the service. You will be pair with an attorney who can answer what questions you may have, whether it is filling out a form, how to file a motion, or questions about the entire legal process.
Community Mediation Center: The Center provides mediation services at a reduced fee to those who qualify.