Tarrant County Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans

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Available Services | Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans, Fort Worth

Free Legal Advice for U.S. Veterans and Spouses of Deceased Veterans in Tarrant County*3rd Friday of every month  By appointment only.Seven Clinics a year are held at the VA Outpatient Clinic in Fort Worth (2nd Floor Conference Room). Three clinics a year are held at the TCC-South Campus (Student Center)

Call 817-546-4460 for appointment

Free legal counsel and advice are available at the legal clinics to veterans and the surviving spouses of deceased veterans, without regard to financial eligibility. After financial evaluation and qualifications, a veteran's legal matter requiring representation the program case placement subcommittee makes every effort to locate a volunteer attorney to represent the veteran pro bono. The program does not have staff attorneys that take cases. All cases are referred to volunteer attorneys; therefore, the program cannot guarantee that all eligible cases will be placed with an attorney for representation. The program cannot take cases that have close deadlines or are considered emergencies; it can take up to 4 to 5 weeks to place a case with a volunteer attorney.Areas of law covered at legal clinics include:

  • Family Law
  • Wills, Estate Planning and Probate
  • Employment
  • Housing and Landlord/Tenant
  • Consumer
  • Bankruptcy
  • Guardianship
  • Criminal Defense

*Financial guidelines apply for free (pro bono) representation on a legal matter referred outside the clinics. Attorneys volunteer their time and services to make an evaluation and decision on whether to represent a veteran in tha particular case, and the Tarrant County Bar Association makes no guarantee that an attorney will agree to take any particular case. The number of volunteer attorneys taking a pro bono case is limited, and the cases will be evaluated on the complexity and estimated time of representation.


Career Phase:
  • Veterans
Discharges Allowed:
  • No Minimum Discharge
Military Branch:
Programs for Family Members:
  • Surviving Spouse
Service Counties:
  • Tarrant
Services Category:
  • Legal-Civil & Family Law
VA Disability Rating Requirement:
  • No Disability Requirement
Vet Plus: