Our attorneys strive to provide legal assistance to clients that is grounded in respect and dignity. Our lawyers have wide-ranging backgrounds and are dedicated to serving our community. We serve on local boards and volunteer for non-profits. We believe our diverse backgrounds and experiences complement our dedication to providing client-centered legal services.
In an effort to address the access to justice gap in our state, we offer some of our legal services on a sliding fee scale based on income. If you would like to be assessed on our sliding scale you will need to provide our office with copies of your tax return to see where you may be on our scale.
No. When you complete the form on the “Get Legal Help” page, you are only requesting to have an attorney call you to discuss your legal matter. To enter into an attorney-client relationship, you will need to sign a separate attorney-client agreement. Please be aware that this website is not designed to give you legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
In March 2011, the Supreme Court of Montana changed the rules to allow lawyers to provide “unbundled” or limited scope representation legal services. This means that lawyers can now work on certain parts of your case, while you work on other parts of your case. The purpose of this change is to enable individuals who previously could not afford a lawyer for an entire legal matter to now obtain legal assistance for very specific matters, such as drafting a parenting plan or representing you during a hearing. Contact Driscoll Hathaway Law Group if you would like to speak to an attorney about limited scope legal representation.
Driscoll Hathaway Law Group attorneys ensure that our clients are informed, educated, and empowered during every step of their case. Our lawyers are approachable, accessible, and dedicated to specifically tailoring legal services to each of our client’s individual needs.