Richland County, Montana Native American Law Lawyers

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Janel Falk Chin
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Missoula County, MT Native American Law Lawyer with 11 years experience
(406) 207-6462 P.O. Box 8834
Missoula, MT 59807
Native American, Divorce, Estate Planning and Probate
Janel F. Chin provides comprehensive legal guidance to clients as they navigate the peaks and valleys of their lives. More than just a will, a contract or documents to probate an estate, Janel provides her clients with comprehensive legal services and guidance to help them navigate the peaks and valleys of their lives. Janel's legal experiences since becoming a member of the Montana State Bar in 2012 have been focused exclusively on providing family, estate planning and probate legal services at a reasonable cost.

Formerly admitted to practice law in Colorado, Janel has experience representing to non-immigrant crime victims applying for...
Valley County, MT Native American Law Attorney with 52 years experience
(406) 228-9331 605 Third Avenue South
Glasgow, MT 59230-1838
Native American, Estate Planning and Family
Big Horn County, MT Native American Law Attorney with 39 years experience
(406) 665-1647 502 North Crow Ave.
Hardin, MT 59034
Native American and Estate Planning
Cascade County, Mt Native American Law Lawyer with 16 years experience
(406) 452-2881 5311 13th St S
Great Falls, MT 59405
Native American, Administrative and Business
Big Horn County, MT Native American Law Lawyer with 52 years experience
(406) 665-1902 314 N. Custer Ave.
Hardin, MT 59034
Native American, Personal Injury and Probate
Glacier County, MT Native American Law Attorney with 8 years experience
(406) 338-7777 Po Box 849
Browning, MT 59417-0849
Native American, Criminal, Employment and Family
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