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American Bar Association
The national organization offers a variety of tools to help provide free legal assistance for veterans. They offer access to legal aid, which includes lawyers who provide their services to those who have a low income. They also offer information about pro bono attorneys, and a way for you to ask an attorney a question without having to pay to get the answer. Their services are free to use.

US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Legal Services
The VA offers free legal assistance for veterans. They will help veterans get the free legal help that they need. The services are provided at some VA facilities and at the Veterans Justice Outreach Center. They offer a list of free legal service clinics. Using their list, you may be able to find free legal aid near you.

State Bar Associations 
Every state has what is called a State Bar. The State Bar is an organization that oversees the attorneys in that state. They are also a good resource for finding free legal assistance for veterans. To get their help, look up the state bar for your state. Contact them to ask what pro bono attorneys are in your local area. They should be able to provide you with the names and numbers of the attorneys in your area that provide free legal services to those in need.

 State Legal Aide Offices 
All states offer legal aid offices, which are places that provide free legal services for those who are low income. Their attorneys will help answer your questions and provide you with guidance regarding your case. There are 134 independent legal aid offices around the country. Contact the one that is in your local area.

 LawHelp.org 
This organization will help you locate free legal assistance for veterans. The program will help you get your legal questions answered for free. Their service is also free to use.


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Attorneys can be expensive, which may make some veterans not seek the legal help they need.  There are free legal assistance programs for veterans, which can provide the help that is needed. The free legal programs are available around the country, making it easy for veterans to find a program near them. By reaching out to the free legal program near your home, you may be able to address your legal situations without the stress and burden of a bill you can’t afford. 

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