Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans assists with setting up free legal advice clinics for veterans across Texas. If you need legal advice for basic civil legal services, check for a veterans legal clinic in your area. The clinics allow veterans, or their family members, to sit down one-on-one with an attorney to get their legal questions answered. Attending a veterans legal clinic can be a step in the right direction to resolving your legal issue. Some clinics are able to match veterans or their family members with free legal representation.
Civil practice areas covered in veterans legal clinics include but are not necessarily limited to: Bankruptcy, Child Support, Consumer/Contracts, Divorce or Custody/Guardianship/Probate, Landlord/Tenant, Wills/Estate Planning, Employment, Housing, and Tax.
TLTV Legal Clinics: Calendar
Legal clinics for veterans are available in most metropolitan areas of the state as well as in smaller cities. Click on the calendar above for clinic dates, locations, and contact information. Contact the individual clinics directly for more information or to sign up. Please note that most legal clinics require an appointment to attend.
Note: Income guidelines may apply for free legal representation. Income guidelines generally use a percentage of the federal poverty income amount. Please contact each veterans legal clinic for its policy.
Links to Local Bar Associations with Veterans Clinics
Austin Bar Association, (512) 472-0279
Bell County Bar Association, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dallas Bar Association, (214) 857-0388
Denton County Bar Association, (940) 320-1500
Fort Bend Lawyers Care, (281) 239-0015
Houston Bar Association, (713) 228-0732
Jefferson County Bar Association, (409) 835-8647
Lone Star Legal Aid: Lone Star Lawyers for Lone Star Veterans, (800) 866-0821
San Antonio Bar Association, (210) 227-8822
Tarrant County Bar Association, (817) 546-4460