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Fergus County, Montana Affordable Attorney

FERGUS COUNTY, MONTANA Award-winning law firm, caring attorneys / lawyers offering free legal advice and affordable legal services at 40-60% savings. Get FREE phone consult now.

Access Legal Care, PLLC is an award-winning law firm that provides free legal consultations and affordable legal services to lower- and moderate-income Americans at 40-60% savings. 

Access Legal Care Benefits

Access Legal Care offers MONTANA clients, and out-of-state clients with MONTANA cases, the following benefits:

  • We cover the most common legal services needed by lower/moderate income people
  • Free initial legal consultation
  • Affordable legal fees at 40-60% savings
  • Self-help, Unbundled, Limited-Scope legal services
  • Full-representation, depending on location and availability
  • Hearing coverage, depending on location and availability
  • Many flat-fee services
  • Low initial fees
  • Weekly payment plans
  • Serve clients state-wide
  • Online case-file, online calendar, online messaging
  • Easy-access to your attorney
  • Professional, high-quality attorneys & lawyers at affordable (some would say "cheap") prices. 

Attorneys & Lawyers

We provide qualified, affordable Primary Care Attorneys in the following areas:

  • Divorce and Dissolution of Marriage Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Legal Separation / Separate Maintenance Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Child Support Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Custody Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Parenting Time & Parentage Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Paternity Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Juvenile Abuse & Neglect Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Termination of Parental Rights Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Estate Planning Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Wills & Trust Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Powers of Attorney Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Medicaid Planning Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Landlord/Tenant Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Eviction Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Collections Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Lawsuit Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Bankruptcy Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Creditor Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Debtor Attorneys / Lawyers (FDCPA / FCRA – Creditor / Credit Reporting Agency violations)
  • Small Business Attorneys / Lawyer
  • Commercial Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Non-profit 501c3 Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Trademark Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Copyright Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Real Estate Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Property Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Suspended Driver's License - Restoration Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Expungement Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Garnishment Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Lien Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Name change Attorneys / Lawyers
  • QDRO / EDRO / Qualified Domestic Relations Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Tax law. Settlement. Audits. Appeals Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Student loan Management Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Veterans Assistance - SMCRA Attorneys / Lawyers
  • Social Security Disability Attorneys / Lawyers

Legal Services Offered

All Access Legal Care Primary Care Attorneys provide you with limited-scope or self-help legal services throughout the state. In addition, when available in your local area, your Primary Care Attorney may be able to provide (or work with other attorneys to provide) local representation at hearings (as long as local attorneys are available at affordable rates for your type of case). Primary Care Attorneys provide one or more practice areas below, and all of the services listed underneath. You just click to schedule an appointment, choose the correct practice area for your matter, and you will be scheduled with a Primary Care Attorney who can provide you with limited-service legal help to meet your legal needs, and who may be able to provide you with or partner with a local attorney to provide you with full-representation as needed.


  • Write and send Attorney Demand Letters
  • Write and send Attorney Opinion Letters
  • Providing ongoing Legal Advice (first consult free)
  • Prepare legal documents -- all documents attorney-completed & reviewed! For example:
    • Complaints & Petitions
    • Motions and Motion Briefs
    • Answers to complaints, petitions and motions
    • Final Orders and Judgments
    • Discovery documents (e.g. Interrogatories, Requests for Production of Documents, Requests for Admissions, Witness Lists, Exhibit Lists, Subpoena’s, etc).
    • Mediation Summaries or Statements
    • Case Evaluation Summaries / Statements
    • Trial Briefs
    • Appellate applications and Briefs
  • Work with local attorneys to schedule/hold Depositions
  • File or Submit documents to the appropriate court or agency
  • Get hearing dates from the court
  • Negotiate with  opposing parties for you
  • Serve documents to the opposing party or advise you how to do so
  • Review legal documents from opposing parties and/or their attorneys; advise you.
  • Help you prepare for hearings and trials

(only in some cases, depending on your local area and attorney availability – not guaranteed)

  • Negotiate with Attorney(s) of the opposing, represented party(ies)
  • Seek out* local attorneys to assist you with:
    • In-court appearances / representation
    • Status Conferences
    • Pre-trial Hearings
    • Settlement Conferences
    • Mediations
    • Case Evaluations
    • Trials
  • NOTE: We can NOT guarantee that we can find available or affordable attorneys to represent you in court, but we will use our vast network of attorneys nationwide to do our best, or in some cases, your Primary Care Attorney can also provide local in-court representation.


    • Answer to complaint/motion filed against you
    • Motion to Amend a Complaint
    • Ex Parte Motion for Alternative Form of Service
    • Motion to Enter Default Judgment
    • Motion to Set Aside Default Judgment
    • Witness List and/or Pre-trial Statement
    • Subpoena Requests (for Documents/Records and Attendance at Trial)
    • Discovery Requests (includes Interrogatories, Request for Docs, Request for Admissions)
    • Motion for Summary Disposition (Not including specific laws/facts of case)
    • Trial Brief (Not including specific laws/facts of case)
    • 7-day Order and Notice of Presentment
    • Subpoena for Deposition or for Creditor’s Examination (for filing/service)
    • Misc. Attorney Letter for various purposes
    • Motions for Rehearing, and Motions for Reconsideration to same court.
    • Appeals to higher courts.
    • LLC or PLLC Operating Agreement
    • INC, C-Corp, or PC Corp (Incorporation/Company/Corporation) By-Laws
    • Articles of Incorporation to create INC. + Register EIN
    • Articles of Organization to create LLC + Register EIN
    • Articles of Incorporation to create Non-profit INC + Register EIN
    • Prepare & File 501(c)(3) application w/ proper updates to By-laws & Articles of Incorporation
    • Certificate of Assumed Name
    • Certificate of Dissolution of LLC/INC
    • File Trademark Registration
    • File Copyright Registration
    • Register Trade-name DBA with your county
    • Evict a Commercial Tenant
    • Defend against Eviction of Commercial Tenant
    • Buy / Sell Business
    • Conveyance of Business
    • See GENERAL LITIGATION SERVICES for Answering Complaint for Business Disputes
    • Open informal probate estate
    • Open formal probate estate
    • Open supervised probate estate
    • Close probate estate
    • Petition for Conservatorship
    • Petition to Establish Guardianship
    • Motion to Terminate Guardianship
    • Prepare Last Will & Testament
    • Prepare Revocable Trust
    • Durable Power of Attorney & Health Power of Attorney
    • Prepare Living Will
    • Prepare Elder Law Plans and Documents
    • Petition Regarding Trustee or Personal Representative Mismanagement of Trust/Will duties
    • Petition to dispute Will or Trust provisions
    • See GENERAL LITIGATION SERVICES for Answering Complaint regarding Probate Contests
    • Adoption
    • Step-Parent Adoption
    • CPS / DHS / DHCS Cases
    • Termination of Parental Rights Cases
    • Abuse & Neglect Cases
    • Motion for Waiver of Court Fees – Circuit Court
    • Complaint for Divorce / Dissolution of Marriage, NO Minors (includes all docs to file)
    • Complaint for Divorce / Dissolution of Marriage, MINORS (includes all docs to file)
    • Complaint for Legal Separation
    • Complaint for Custody or Allocation of Parental Responsibility
    • Motion to Modify Custody, Allocation of Parental Responsibility, or Parenting Time / Parentage
    • Complaint for Paternity & Motion to Order DNA Testing
    • Petition to Establish Guardianship
    • Motion to Terminate Guardianship
    • Petition to Establish Conservatorship
    • Motion to Terminate Conservatorship
    • Motion to Enforce Order / Show-Cause
    • Motion for Ex Parte Order & Emergency Order/Hearing
    • Motion for Spousal Support / Alimony / Spousal Maintenance during Divorce case
    • Motion for Financial Status Quo Order & To Preserve Assets during Divorce case
    • Motion for Attorney’s Fees during Family Law case
    • Motion to Establish, Modify, or Stop Child Support
    • Motion to Modify or Eliminate Child Support Arrearages
    • Motion to Move with children, leave state, or change domicile
    • Object to Referee Recommendation
    • Consent or Default Judgment of Divorce / Dissolution of Marriage (and all related docs)
    • Consent or Default Judgment of Legal Separation
    • Consent or Default Judgment of Custody, Allocation of Parental Responsibility, Parenting Time, & Support (and all related docs)
    • Motion to enter Default, and to Enter Default Judgment
    • Name Change
    • Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO, or EDRO)
    • See GENERAL LITIGATION SERVICES for Answering Complaint for Divorce/Custody
    • Rental Lease (includes Lease, Application, Damage Inventory List, Disclosures)
    • Property Deed
    • Land Contract
    • Rent-to-Own or Lease-Option
    • Evict a Home Tenant
    • Evict a Commercial Tenant
    • Defend against eviction
    • Defend against Illegal / unlawful eviction
    • Foreclose on Property
    • Defend against foreclosure
    • Land-contract Forfeiture
    • Defend against Land-contract Forfeiture
    • See GENERAL LITIGATION SERVICES for litigation services regarding property and home.
    • File Wage Garnishment to collect on money judgment
    • File State Tax Garnishment to collect on money judgment
    • File Bank Lien to collect on money judgment
    • File Judgment Lien to collect on money judgment
    • Bankruptcy Chapter 7 and Chapter 13
    • See GENERAL LITIGATION SERVICES for Answering Complaint for Money Judgment
    • Expungement of Misdemeanors and/or Felonies
    • Restoration of Driver’s license
    • Commutation applications
    • Appeals of convictions to higher courts
    • Calculate child support; Prepare Uniform Child Support Order
    • Write custom Attorney Letters
    • Tax law, IRS, Tax Lien, Tax settlement, Tax Debt negotiation, Appeals
    • Appeal your case to next court
    • Motion to Reconsider / Rehear judgments or sentences
    • Student Loan Management Services
    • VA Assistance / SMCRA
    • Social Security Disability



A “Qualified Domestic Relations Order” (also known as QDRO), and an Eligible Domestic Relations Order” (also known as an EDRO) is a court order used to divide specific types of retirement plans, including qualified and 403(b) plans. According to the Internal Revenue Service, a QDRO is “a judgment, decree or order for a retirement plan to pay child support, alimony or marital property rights to a spouse, former spouse, child or other dependents of a [retirement plan] participant.”

A QDRO grants a person known as the “alternate payee” the right to part of the retirement benefits a former spouse (the “participant”) earned through an employer-sponsored retirement plan. While a QDRO provides benefits to an alternate payee when the participant is alive, it can also award survivor benefits if the participant dies.

Access Legal Care prepares QDROs and EDROs for divorcing or divorced couples in all 50 states of the U.S. Our services include: Preparing the QDRO/EDRO to comply with U.S. Laws, Plan Administrator guidelines, and the divorce judgment itself; send to Plan Administrator for pre-approval; make changes after pre-approval and then work with couples to get signatures; send to the Court to get Judge’s signature; send judge-signed Order to the Plan Administrator for processing; and all legal advice to client throughout the process.

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A trademark is a brand name. A trademark or service mark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services.

It is vitally important that you select or create a trademark that is both federally registrable and legally protectable. This animated video will help you understand how a strong trademark identifies the source of your goods and services, as well as distinguishes them from the goods and services of others.

Although federal registration of a mark is not mandatory, it has several advantages, including notice to the public of the registrant's claim of ownership of the mark, legal presumption of ownership nationwide, and exclusive right to use the mark on or in connection with the goods/services listed in the registration.

If you are a foreign-domiciled applicant, you must have a U.S.-licensed attorney represent you at the USPTO. Non-U.S.-licensed attorneys and non-attorneys may give you inaccurate information and legal advice about your trademark rights and the registration process in the United States.

If you are domiciled in the United States, you are not required to have a U.S.-licensed attorney represent you, but we strongly encourage you to hire one who specializes in trademark law to guide you through the application process. Although USPTO staff can provide information about the federal application process, USPTO employees cannot give you legal advice or help you fill out forms.

Access Legal Care registers Trademarks and Copyrights for your business in all 50 states. Our services include: Filing of trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO); a basic federal direct-hit search of the federal trademark database for direct conflicts with your trademark; color adjustment and compilation of your trademark specimens and designs; Email delivery of your trademark application; Electronic copy of your trademark application; respond to and make changes to your application based on any initial communications from USPTO; 60 days unlimited legal advice.

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Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the fastest and most common form of consumer bankruptcy. It’s a tool to resolve overwhelming debt under the protection of a federal court. You may have to give up some assets, like an expensive car or jewelry, but the vast majority of filers do not.

This type of bankruptcy forgives most unsecured debts, that is, debts without collateral, like medical bills, credit card debt and personal loans. However, some forms of debt, such as back taxes, court judgments, alimony and child support, and student loans generally aren’t eligible.

To qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you:

  • Must pass the means test, which looks at your income, assets and expenses.
  • Cannot have completed a Chapter 7 in the past eight years or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy within the past six years.
  • Cannot have filed a bankruptcy petition (Chapter 7 or 13) in the previous 180 days that was dismissed because you failed to appear in court or comply with court orders, or you voluntarily dismissed your own filing because creditors sought court relief to recover property they had a lien on.

Access Legal Care is a debt relief agency. Our team of bankruptcy petition preparers will prepare and file your Bankruptcy Chapter 7 petition and schedules in all 50 states for individuals or couples, with limited assets. We do not do Chapter 13 Bankruptcies. If you are experiencing a financial hardship and you are unable to pay your debts, we can help provide a solution to your problem, giving you the option to say goodbye to the harassing collection calls and obtain a fresh start.

Our bankruptcy petition preparers will, at an affordable rate:

  • work with you to gather all documents and information necessary to prepare your petition and schedules;
  • provide you a list of debtor financial courses you can take online or by phone;
  • prepare, properly format the petition, all schedules, and other files;
  • properly file your chapter 7 bankruptcy petition;
  • upload all documents to your trustee and answer Trustee questions on your behalf, as your power of attorney
  • provide you a document that helps you prepare for your attendance at your Creditor’s Meeting with the Trustee (we do not attend your Creditor’s Meeting)

Although we are a law firm, not all of our bankruptcy petition preparers are attorneys, because we help clients in all 50 states, even where we are not licensed. Therefore, in those states where we are not licensed, our bankruptcy petition preparers cannot give you legal advice. We also do not represent clients in litigation, which is usually not necessary for any Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. However, all of our petition preparers can help you with the services listed above.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be scary without owing them money. If you owe a large tax balance to the IRS, it can be terrifying. The IRS can hold onto your property, garnish your wages, freeze access to your financial balances, and put liens on or seize your property. If your money-related challenges have gotten you into difficulty with the IRS, you have to act quickly to avoid a terrible outcome. In the event that you don't have the cash to take care of your obligation to the IRS, you need not fear. There are alternatives accessible to you, and an accomplished lawyer can assist you with negotiating an agreement with the IRS and help you get your life back on track. 

You have the legitimate option to speak to the IRS yourself; however, most citizens have discovered that expert assistance, for example, specific lawyers, bookkeepers, or specialists who are knowledgeable about helping citizens settle unpaid assessment obligations, can improve your chances of arriving at an adequate settlement with the IRS. Typically, the IRS will work with the individuals who owe cash, and you have a few unique alternatives available to help settle your obligation with them. For example, some of those options are installment agreements, an installment agreement with partial payments, an offer in compromise, not currently collective programs, bankruptcy, release of wage garnishments, stopping the IRS from levying any bank accounts, and releasing you from any IRS obligations which are past the statute of limitations. Permitting an accomplished IRS-negotiation lawyer to deal with your IRS correspondences and communications is smart choice. Using an experienced lawyer to communicate and negotiate with the IRS can save you significant money, lower your stress, and give you peace of mind.

Access Legal Care lawyers assist people throughout the U.S.A. with negotiating with the IRS to resolve their tax debts. Our fees depend on how much you owe, and we can work out low initial and monthly payment plan options.

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States, Counties, and Cities We Serve

Access Legal Care provides free legal consultations and affordable legal services to Americans in all states, including all cities of Fergus County, Montana.

Fergus County covers all of the following communities:

Grass Range
Census-designated places
Lewistown Heights
Unincorporated communities
Ayers Ranch Colony
Coffee Creek
Deerfield Colony
Eddies Corner
Forest Grove

Fergus County Court

About the County:

Fergus County is a county in the U.S. state of Montana. Its county seat is Lewistown. The county was founded in 1885 and named for James Fergus, a Montana politician who was instrumental in creating the county. (A 1905 book said the namesake was Johhn Fergus.).

Fergus County Court Address:

Main Address
Fergus County Courthouse
712 W Main St
Lewistown, MT 59457

Access Legal Care provides many legal services to Americans in all states, including all cities of Fergus County, Montana.  

Access Legal Care, PLLC offers cheap and affordable legal services, while providing high-quality, effective, and caring legal care.