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Our Directory of Programs can help you find legal help. Focused on those resources and programs specializing in helping military families, the Directory will help you find legal services in or near your community. Each state-by-state listing details any income or service-based restrictions. This is the first stop military families should make when shopping for an attorney.
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center (CT)
The Connecticut Veterans Legal Center provides free legal services to our military veterans. We help homeless and mentally ill military veterans build stable and independent lives by resolving their legal issues and helping them secure the educational, medical and pension benefits they have earned.
Lawyers for Warriors
No Warriors' Family Shall Lack Legal Aid. A state-by-state listing of Legal Assistance to Military Personnel and their families.
National Veterans Legal Services
The National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) has been the voice of veterans’ rights for more than 25 years. NVLSP is an independent, non-profit, charitable organization acting to ensure that the U.S. government honors the pact made with our 25 million veterans.
Project SALUTE of the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) School of Law is on a unique mission: hit the highways to provide priceless legal advice to low income veterans for free and teach students the invaluable lesson of using the law to serve. The UDM students involved in Project SALUTE see in a very real way how the law can be used to assist persons in need.
U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps
If you need to write your will, are considering signing a lease, or need a power of attorney or notarized signature. Then you need legal assistance, and best of all, military servicemembers and their families have access to legal assistance, absolutely free!
When Duty Calls
When Duty Calls is a project that provides military veterans with pro bono legal assistance in the initial stages of disability claims filed with the Department of Veterans Affairs. The program recruits and trains licensed attorneys (and supervised paraprofessionals, legal support staff, and law students) on the detailed process of preparing and submitting veteran disability claims, and in turn helps attorneys to conduct clinics to assist veterans in preparing their disability claims.