Attorney General Mark R. Herring is committed to supporting veterans who have risked their lives to protect the freedom Virginians and Americans enjoy each and every day. The Office of the Attorney General’s has a pro bono veterans legal services clinic to help veterans create important legal documents including:
- Powers of attorney
- Advance medical directives
The clinics, in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Veterans Services and the Virginia State Bar, are available to serve veterans and their partners.
- In order to participate, you must be a veteran or the spouse/partner of a veteran.
- You must have a DD214 (Report of Separation or some other official document evidencing military service).
- You must be a Virginia resident.
- This program is designed to offer simple Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Medical Directives – it is not designed to provide tax, estate or succession planning.
- Your income, assets, expenses and geographic location must demonstrate that you do not have access to readily available attorney representation for estate planning and are therefore eligible to receive pro bono (free) legal services.
- In order to be considered for the clinic, you must fill out the questionnaire in its entirety (link below). A representative from the clinic will contact you over the following weeks.
- All clinics are appointment only (no walk ups) and will be scheduled on a first come, first served basis
- If you and your spouse/partner would both like to request an appointment, you must both complete intake questionnaires
- Please bring photo ID and DD214 (or some other official document evidencing military service) to your appointment
- You may also download a questionnaire and return it by mail to:
Office of the Attorney General - Veterans Legal Services Clinic
202 North Ninth Street
Richmond, VA 23219
- Space is limited, apply today!