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Robert Farris-Olsen
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Lewis And Clark County, MT Animal & Dog Law Attorney with 7 years experience
(406) 442-3261 401 N. Last Chance Gulch
P.O. Box 557
Helena, MT 59624
Animal, Bankruptcy, Consumer and Divorce
University of Montana School of Law
Rob graduated from the University of Montana School of Law, with honors, in 2011. After graduating, he served as a law clerk to Justice Michael Wheat of the Montana Supreme Court. From there, he went to work for Montana Legal Services Association to help Montanans avoid foreclosure and litigate consumer debt issues. Rob joined Morrison, Sherwood, Wilson & Deola in 2013. His practice is focused on consumer rights issues, bankruptcy, foreclosure prevention, water rights, environmental law and family law.
Deer Lodge County, Mt Animal & Dog Law Attorney
(406) 563-3195 112 East Commercial Ave.
P.O. Box 907
Anaconda, MT 59711
Animal, Appeals, Business and Personal Injury
George Washington University Law School
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