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Servicemembers andtheir families may access free legal assistance at these offices. See our Working with a Lawyer publication for more details on eligibility.
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These programs provide free civil legal assistance, but your eligibility for services may be limited based on your income. These organizations may or may not have military-specific services. Contact these programs for more details on eligibility.
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These programs will connect you to a lawyer who charges for legal services. Some attorneys with these programs, however, may offer discounted initial consultations or may charge reduced fees based on your income. Contact these programs for more information.
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These are programs designed to assist members of the military with legal matters. See the specific details on the services provided.
(ANG) Lincoln, NE
2420 West Butler
Lincoln, NE 68524
Phone: 402-309-1114, 279-1114
711 Nelson Drive [Bldg 310]
Omaha, NE 68113
Phone: 402-294-3732, DSN 271-3732
Veterans Legal Support Network (VLSN)
PO Box 34247
Omaha, NE 68134
Bellevue University Military and Veterans Service Center
2801 Harvell Cir.
Bellevue, NE 68005
Phone: 402-765-8387 (VETS)
Person of Contact: Mick Wagoner
Areas Served: Nebraska statewide and Western Iowa
VLSN’s main services include the following:
- Discharge upgrades
- Coordinate for defense counsel and veterans in the justice system with service providers such as peer support, substance abuse, homeless advocates and VA services
- Assist Active Duty and Family members when uniformed Legal Assistance Office cannot
- Wills and advanced directives for lower income veterans and spouses in elder care
- Work with prisoners on non-criminal legal needs such as benefits appeals
- VA benefit appeals to BVA and CAVC
VLSN provides the above services free to veterans at or below 200% of poverty, with a rated disability, or over age 65. VLSN provides reduced fee services for veterans between 200-300% poverty, and those with cases appealed successfully to the CAVC that involve either attorney’s fees or 10% of award if no fees are awarded.