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Legal Services Developer Program
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The Montana Legal Services Developer Program may be able to help you by providing the following services:

  • Advocacy: A legal advocate helps you with your legal issues by discussing solutions and a plan of action.
  • Legal Advice: An attorney or paralegal may provide legal advice and help you finish the necessary paperwork. You cannot get family or criminal law help through this program.
  • Legal Clinics: You can attend legal clinics and training sessions that discuss specific topics, such as powers of attorney or consumer protection. These legal clinics focus on issues facing older adults.
  • Legal Education: The program provides presentations in the community to teach older adults about elder law. It provides legal resources, education materials, and information on events.
  • Legal Resources: The program works with other agencies and programs to discuss the legal issues faced by older adults and their families.
  • Private Attorney Support: Through the Pro Bono Modest Means program, you may be able to get free or low-cost legal assistance.

How do I get help?

To find out if you can get help through the Legal Services Developer Program, call 1-800-332-2272.

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