- Question: What are some helpful law resources?
- Answer:Self Help Law Center (on the third floor of the Justice Center) – provides basic forms and procedural guidance, and provides access to on-line research and form preparation.
Montana Law Help – (800) 666-6899 www.MontanaLawHelp.org – a project of the Montana Legal Services Association (see below), providing extensive on-line access to legal information and legal forms for use in Montana Courts.
Montana State Law Library – (800) 710-9827 (406) 444-3660
www.courts.mt.gov/library – extensive collection of on-line legal resources including Montana Code Annotated, Administrative Rules, Court Rules, and on-line access to decisions of the Montana Supreme Court.
Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) – (800) 666-6899 www.mtlsa.org – provides free legal assistance to low-income people, and coordinates volunteer lawyer program with local bar. MLSA provides help in legal cases that include domestic violence, divorce, bankruptcy, debt collection, debtor harassment, evictions, landlord and tenant issues, SSI, SSDI, Native American issues, migrant farmworker issues, and other civil legal issues.
State Bar of Montana Lawyer Referral Service – (406) 449-6577 www.montanabar.org – provides lawyer referral service based on case type, and information and on-line links to other legal resources including self-help material.
Montana Fair Housing – (800) 929-2611 www.montanafairhousing.org – provides anti-discrimination housing information to owners and renters and information on Montana law and links to other resources.
A Message from Sheriff Chuck Curry
Since taking office as Sheriff in January 2011, it has been one of my goals to be more informative to the public through the use of modern technology. To achieve this, we are constantly working to make this website more user friendly and enlightening.
Another one of my goals is to implement a strong Community Policing effort throughout the county so that we are more visible and responsive to special needs in all areas. A high level of public satisfaction and input are our greatest assets when we look to expand and improve any area of the Sheriff’s Office.