Want to File for a Montana Divorce Without an Attorney? Visit MontanaLawHelp.org!Marybeth Sampsel
This article is part three of a series specifically aimed at those Montanans who are unable to afford an attorney for their Montana Divorce or Montana Child Custody/Parenting case. Read the other parts in the series here and here.
Today’s topic: MontanaLawHelp.org. Much like the State Law Library of Montana Forms Library, MontanaLawHelp.org has a large forms website, which includes forms and information for Montana Divorce and Montana Child Custody/Parenting cases. A great deal of the information available on MontanaLawHelp.org is created by the Montana Legal Services Association, which provides legal assistance to low income Montanans. Much like the Forms Library, the information available on MontanaLawHelp.org is entirely FREE and does not require that you financially qualify.
If you plan to use either forms library (montanalawhelp.org or the State Law Library Forms Library), I suggest using them both in conjunction with one another. Review both sets of documents and both sets of instructions.