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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. In the search box, type your state, county, or city to find local programs.
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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. In the search box, type your state, county, or city to find local programs.
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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.
5275 E. Granite St. (Building 2300, Second Floor)
Tucson, AZ 85707
Phone: 520-228-5242, DSN 228-5242
Visit Davis-Monthan AFB Website
56 FW/JA Luke AFB AZ
7383 N. Litchfield Rd Suite 2040 Building, 1150 Second Floor
Glendale, AZ 85309
Phone: 623-856-6901, 896-6901
Visit Luke AFB Website
2133 Cushing St
Sierra Vista, AZ 85613
Visit Fort Huachuca Website
USMC MCAS Yuma
The Law Center, Attn: Legal Assistance Office Box 99126
Yuma, AZ 85369
Phone: 928-269-2481, DSN 269-2481
Visit USMC MCAS Yuma Website
Pima County Bar Association
177 N. Church Avenue, #101
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Contact: Brenda Garcia, LRS Coordinator
Bar has two public service programs: (1) Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) program and (2) our Modest Means program, known as the Qualified Income Legal Team (QUILT) program. A $10 discount on program fees is available to military personnel and their families who participate IN EITHER PROGRAM, and identify themselves as such.
In September 2010, the Bar developed a Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) Pro Bono program, with a list of trained and participating attorneys who are called upon by the courts to provide pro bono representation to active-duty military and activated reservists. The pro bono representation is for the limited purpose of protecting the servicemembers' rights under the SCRA.
Bar also works closely with the local Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Legal Office to provide resources to military personnel and families on base, and to provide Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to attorneys about military-related topics (e.g., the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, or USERRA).