MONTANA LAW HELP
MontanaLawHelp.org provides general legal information and legal forms for a variety of civil topics. You can find articles, forms, courts, where to find legal help, and more. If you need help finding what you need, use the LiveHelp button. MontanaLawHelp.org is a project of Montana Legal Services Association and several collaborators, including the Legal Services Corporation, the Montana Justice Foundation, the Montana Credit Unions for Community Development, State of Montana Law Library, the State Bar of Montana, and the Montana Supreme Court.
AskKarla.org is an online advice platform that allows individuals who meet MLSA’s income requirements to ask civil legal questions that are then answered by qualified pro bono attorneys. The site is administered and monitored by MLSA and is an easy way to receive an answer to your legal questions. To get started, simply visit AskKarla.org and click “Get Help” AskKarla.org is named in honor of Chief Justice Karla Gray and her long dedication to access to justice.
COURT SELF-HELP LAW PROGRAM
The Court Self-Help Law Program is a free service offered by the Montana Supreme Court to provide legal forms and information to people with civil, non-criminal legal problems who are handling their case on their own. The program operates full-time self-help centers in six counties as well as many self-help stations and kiosks throughout Montana.