Top Broadview Government Agencies & Programs Lawyers - Montana

  • P.O. Box 10247 Bozeman MT 59715 45.677 -111.04293

    When you have questions about civil rights violations in Bozeman, you need a seasoned lawyer on your side. At Young Law Office PLLC, you get the combination of big law firm training with Montana values and sensibilities. As the founding lawyer at Young Law Office PLLC, I was trained at one of the largest firms in the country. There I gained invaluable insight and skills. After returning to...

  • 801 W. Main,Suite 2A Bozeman MT 59715 45.679615 -111.04793

    At the law firm of Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven, P.C., we offer legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to serve the diverse needs of our clients. With four office locations in Montana, including our office in Bozeman, our law firm represents individuals, business owners, local governments and trade associations throughout the state who have legal matters involving any of...

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