Military Legal Assistance Offices
Visit the U.S. Armed Forces Legal Assistance Locator to locate the nearest military legal assistance office (click on "Advanced" and "Accept"). Servicemembers and their families may access free legal assistance at these offices. See our Working with a Lawyer publication for more details on eligibility.
Legal Aid and Pro Bono Programs
Visit FindLegalHelp.org to locate programs that provide free civil legal assistance. These organizations may or may not have military-specific services. Contact these programs for more details on eligibility.
Lawyer Referral Programs
Visit the Lawyer Referral Directory to locate programs that can connect you to a lawyer who charges for legal services. In the search box, type your state, county, or city to find local programs. 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.
Military/Veteran Specific Programs
If programs are listed below, they are designed to assist military members and/or veterans with legal matters. See the specific details and contact these programs for more information. Also visit nationwide programs.
ABA Free Legal Answers
If you can't afford a lawyer, ABA Free Legal Answers may be able to help. For most civil (non-criminal) legal questions, if your state participates, click on "Select the state where you live" and click on your state to ask a question.
For VA benefits, discharge upgrades, or other veteran-related legal questions: Choose "ABA Federal" in the "Select the state where you live" dropdown menu to ask a discharge upgrade or VA-related question, and receive an answer from an attorney.
Equal Justice Wyoming
2300 Capitol Ave
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Equal Justice Wyoming (EJW) is a state-funded civil legal services program working with Wyoming legal aid providers to help people with limited income – including veterans – find help for their legal problems. EJW offers monthly volunteer reference attorney sessions throughout the state that are open to the public to provide legal information to self-represented litigants. Equal Justice Wyoming also hosts legal clinics, provides grants to civil legal aid organizations in WY, and helps direct clients to resources to assist with their civil legal needs.
Legal Aid of Wyoming
2617 E. Lincolnway, Ste. K
Cheyenne, WY 82001
Legal Aid of Wyoming, Inc., is a nonprofit law firm providing legal assistance to low-income individuals living in Wyoming. Legal Aid provides representation in many - though not all - types of civil cases, including matters pertaining to veterans. Legal Aid of Wyoming cannot represent defendants in criminal cases.
Wyoming State Bar
4124 Laramie Street
PO Box 109
Cheyenne WY 82003
The mission of the Wyoming State Bar is to regulate the practice of law, facilitate the provision of quality legal services to the public, and assist attorneys in the professional practice of law. The State Bar offers self-help court forms, can provide lawyer referrals, and can direct veterans to appropriate resources.