Montana Law Services
Rocky Mountain Law Partners, P.C. serves the entire state of Montana. Our office is based out of Kalispell, Montana, where we currently do business in Whitefish, Eureka, Columbia Falls, Libby, Polson, Missoula, Butte, Helena, Great Falls, and Bozeman. Our Glasgow office will soon be fully staffed, but we are currently available to provide services in Glasgow, and have extended our services as far East as Billings, Miles City, Sidney and Glendive.
Our attorneys are licensed in state and federal courts and are available to represent individuals and businesses in a comprehensive array of legal services: civil litigation, property rights, real estate law, commercial law, employment law, residential law, trusts, estates, probate, contract law, land use planning, subdivision and zoning law, constitutional law, water rights, taxation, and construction law
Our Montana Team
Bruce A. Fredrickson’s legal experience spans over thirty years. His current practice focuses on all aspects of commercial, business, real estate, and general civil litigation. He is also available for mediation and arbitration services. In addition to complex commercial contract and tort litigation, Bruce is also experienced in the areas of of eminent domain/condemnation, employment law, natural resources litigation, product liability and lender liability litigation.
Bruce’s experience in a prior career as a pharmacist provides a valuable connection to his legal experience as lead trial counsel in chemical and drug product liability litigation, pharmacy law issues, and intellectual property litigation. He has also served as lead counsel and has been admitted pro hac vice in cases in Wyoming, Colorado, Texas, and California. He is admitted to practice law before all courts in Montana and North Dakota, the United States District Courts for the Districts of Montana, North Dakota and Colorado, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth and Ninth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.
Kristin L. Omvig is a third-generation Montanan. Born and raised on a family ranch in eastern Montana, she developed a strong belief in individual property rights at an early age. Since 1992, she has actively practiced law concentrating on real estate, property rights, land use, and commercial transactions and litigation. Her practice has evolved into representing primarily private property owners’ interests. Kristin practiced in Billings for twenty years and most recently in Kalispell. She continues to actively operate the family ranch.
Angela M. LeDuc is a Kalispell native whose background is both diverse and fascinating. Her current practice includes commercial transactional and litigation matters focusing on real estate, land use planning and general business matters. She is also available for mediation services.
Angie assists a varied and diverse range of clients; she has litigated a multitude of high profile cases, and has worked closely with clients and state & local officials on large scale land use projects.
Angie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Montana and her law degree from Arizona State University. During law school, she also resided in Ireland, where she studied international comparative human rights law.
Her law practice began in Las Vegas with a large Nevada firm. She also spent several years in San Francisco where she practiced law, started and managed a clothing line business, and worked as a Realtor. She ultimately returned to her roots in Montana and now practices law full-time with Rocky Mountain Law Partners.
Sally Hickok is a Glasgow native. She comes to Rocky Mountain Law Partners with nearly three decades of solo general practice. Sally continues in her positions as Justice of the Peace for McCone County, Montana, and as City Judge for the Town of Circle, Montana. She will continue her general practice out of the firm’s Glasgow, Montana office.
Sally is very community minded; she never misses her weekly Adult Coloring Group at the library in Circle. She is also a member of the Triangle Homemakers, and enjoys all the group’s community activities, such as serving treats during birthday month at the local nursing home, a monthly event that the Homemakers participate in throughout the year.