ASUM Legal Services

ASUM Legal Services

ASUM Legal Services began in 1975. It is comprised of three attorneys (Annie Hamilton, Klaus Sitte, and Geoff Mahar), one legal secretary (Samantha Seidensticker), and several third year law school interns.

ASUM Legal Services provides low cost professional legal assistance to eligible students of the University of Montana. Third year UM law student interns work under the supervision of licensed attorneys to provide advice and representation in a variety of areas.

 

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Contact Information

Address:

ASUM Legal Services
University Center 116
University of Montana
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812

Phone:

Call: (406) 243-6213
Fax: (406) 258-0450

Email:

sam.seidensticker@mso.umt.edu

Hours:

Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Resources

  • Landlord & Tenant, Housing
  • Wills, Power of Attorney, & Living Wills
  • Family law including divorce, custody, & Adoptions
  • Consumer matters
  • Misdemeanor criminal cases
  • Property damage matters
  • Car Purchase and Repairs

ASUM Legal Services offers legal information and legal resources for the students of The University of Montana. These legal resources include:

  • Staff Notaries
  • Lawyer Referral
  • Basic Needs
  • Alcohol & Drug Resources
  • Crisis Hotlines
  • Legal Information
  • University Resources
  • Other Resources

Initial (Intake)

If you wish to use our services, you must first schedule an intake appointment by calling (406) 243-6213 or emailing sam.seidensticker@mso.umt.edu.

At your appointment, you will meet with an administrative assistant and explain the facts of your case. Your intake will then go to an attorney who will determine what assistance we can provide.

We will follow-up with you in approximately 1-3 days.

Intake appointments are brief, so please be prepared to summarize your legal problem. Bring any tickets, court documents, and any other paperwork you think may be relevant. You'll also need names of anyone who is involved.

You'll need to know your Student ID Number, Phone Number, Address, your student status (full time or part time), and your expected date of graduation.

Coming to your intake appointment prepared will make the process easier and quicker.