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What is an Affidavit?

An affidavit is your written statement that you swear under oath (or affirm) is true. Learn how to use an affidavit and how to make the affidavit legal for the courts. A form is included.

Changes to Montana Consumer Laws After the 2021 Legislative Session (FAQ)

Learn about recent changes to exemption laws and Justice Court jurisdiction.

How to Answer When You Get Sued (Step-by-step Guide)

Learn the steps you should take to protect your rights and find free court forms to download.

Reduced Fee Legal Services (Making Legal Help More Affordable)

Learn about reduced-fee legal services programs run by Montana Legal Services Association and the State bar of Montana, and how to apply.

25 Things to Know Before You Go to Court

Learn how to make an objection, call and question witnesses, introduce exhibits and evidence, and more tips for representing yourself in court.

Tips for Representing Yourself in Court

Tips on how to act and what to do at court.

12 Tips for Representing Yourself in Court

Learn tips for representing yourself in a court in Montana.

What is an Affidavit?

An affidavit is your written statement that you swear under oath (or affirm) is true. Learn how to use an affidavit and how to make the affidavit legal for the courts. A form is included.

What to Know When Hiring a Lawyer

Information about how lawyers charge their fees, how to find a lawyer, and what to do when hiring an attorney.

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