Montana Legal Services Association
Nonprofit law firm Montana Legal Services will close its First Avenue North office on Dec. 22 and move to a new space on the fourth floor of the Valley Federal Credit Union Building, 207 N. Broadway.
Last year on the day after Thanksgiving, Gerald Stevens, a disabled veteran and senior living in Billings, received a letter stating that his rent had increased.
The Montana Legal Services Association has been awarded a two-year, $141,000 grant to fund the Montana Pro Bono Connect project, an effort aimed at, among other things, using the internet to help lawyers donate their services remotely to low-income Montanans.
Many of us were saddened to read about the death of homeless Hamilton resident Linda Shelley.
Two new resources for homeless people were introduced at an afternoon reception in Billings on Tuesday.
MISSOULA — When Montana received nearly $6 million from a $25 billion national settlement with the nation’s five largest banks — a result of their shady mortgage practices — the state tucked away its share of the funding to help homeowners address the threat of foreclosure.
A handful of Montana organizations have collectively formed MontanaFreeFile.org to help taxpayers find out where to file for free.
HELENA -- Things may get just a little harder for people in Montana who need a lawyer in a civil case but can't afford one, after a planned reorganization and reduction of staff at the Montana Legal Services Association.
BUTTE - The Montana Legal Services Association is closing its Butte office due to funding cuts and moving its Butte attorney to Helena.
Computer kiosks designed to connect rural Montana residents with free legal help are now available.