Free Legal Help, For Texas Veterans
Legal aid organizations, bar associations, and courts in your area may have special programs for veterans.
These programs are often able to help veterans, who have an income level above the normal legal aid eligibility guidelines.
National and Statewide Programs
Thanks to Lone Star Legal Aid and the Texas Legal Services Center's Veterans Legal Assistance Project, free legal assistance is available to qualifying veterans in Texas. You can fill out an application online to see if you qualify for help. Click the link below to apply today.
County Specific Programs
Serves Travis County - Austin, TX
The Austin Bar Association organizes a free legal advice clinic for Veterans on the second Monday of each month. No appointment or reservations are needed. Lawyer volunteers will be able to provide brief legal advice.
Serves McClennan and Surrounding Counties - Waco, TX
At the monthly clinics, both student and lawyer volunteers participate to give advice, counsel, and legal analysis to veterans. The cases that require further representation are referred to volunteer lawyers on a pro bono basis. Some cases are handled internally by Baylor Law students under lawyer supervision.
Serves Dallas County - Dallas, TX
On the first Friday of every month, the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program hosts a free legal clinic for veterans in need of legal help in civil cases.
Serves Fort Bend County - Houston,TX
Fort Bend Lawyers Care has special programs available to assist veterans and their spouses.
Serves Harris County - Houston, TX
The Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program hosts a free walk-in legal assistance clinic every Friday for U.S. Veterans and spouses of deceased Veterans.
Serves Jefferson, Hardin, Orange, Liberty, and Chambers Counties - Beaumont Area
The Jefferson County Bar Association Veterans Legal Initiative helps U.S. veterans and spouses of deceased veterans through FREE legal advice clinics during the year.
For More Information about the importance of legal aid for Veterans, please watch the video below.