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Montana Water Rights Lawyers

For ranchers, farmers, mining companies and other businesses that rely on the land and its resources for their business operations, access to water is essential for survival. DONEY CROWLEY P.C. in Helena has earned a reputation as the law firm to turn to for efficient resolutions to complex legal matters involving natural resource issues such as:

Client Service Is Our First Priority

We are proud of our name recognition and our record of successful results in complicated litigation matters involving natural resources in Montana. We know how important your water rights and other environmental law issues are to your successful operations and financial future. When you work with us, you will immediately notice our commitment to professionalism and quality representation. Our services start with our readiness to listen to your concerns, as we map out a strategy that fits your needs. Just as every stream, river and lake in Montana is unique, so are the specific needs for each water user and landowner.

Government Relations

Seeking a fair resolution to your water rights matter often means forming a working, professional relationship with the government agencies involved in making decisions. We are experienced working with local government entities and state and federal agencies to resolve water rights matters. We provide legal services for businesses large and small that require a law firm that understands local community expectations and procedures.

From offices in Helena, and Red Lodge, our lawyers represent clients in communities throughout Montana. Contact our office to arrange an initial consultation with one of our experienced Montana water rights attorneys today.

Contact Information

Diamond Block Building 
44 West 6th Avenue, Suite 200
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: 800-639-9850
Fax: 406-449-8443
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Red Lodge Office
23 North Broadway Avenue
Suite 206
Red Lodge, MT 59068
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