Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Message From the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

[Note: As part of a series of posts relating to October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, this is a guest blog entry from Sarah Rossi of the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. MLSA thanks Sarah and the Coalition

Posted in Domestic/Sexual/Dating Violence and Stalking

Domestic Violence Fatality Review Commission

This post is by guest author Matt Dale, Director of the Montana Office of Consumer Protection & Victim Services, as part of the MLSA Advocacy Blog’s focus on domestic violence issues this October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month. MLSA thanks Matt

Posted in Domestic/Sexual/Dating Violence and Stalking

Report on Domestic Violence Against Native Women in Montana

In June of 2009, several Montana leaders came together to hold the Honoring Native Women by Stopping the Violence Conference.  This is a link to a report that was written after the conference, entitled The Empty Shawl: Honoring Native Women

Posted in Domestic/Sexual/Dating Violence and Stalking

Part Three of MLSA’s Foreclosure Series: Your Options: Leaving Your Home

By Beth Hayes, Staff Attorney, Montana Legal ServicesYou might be in a situation where it is not realistic for you to keep your home. There are still options available to you to avoid foreclosure and prevent further damage. Assumption: Assumption

Posted in Housing

Part Two of MLSA’s Foreclosure Series: Your Options: Keeping Your Home

By Beth Hayes, Staff Attorney, Montana Legal ServicesThe first thing to consider is whether or not you want to keep your home, and whether you are realistically able to do so. If you want to keep your home, and are

Posted in Housing