Legal Assistance services are available to members of the United States Army Reserve for matters that relate to legal readiness. U.S. Army Reserve JAG units can assist you in military administrative matters including: Reprimands Financial Liability (FLIPL) Investigations OER/NCOER issues/appeals Investigations Financial Support Obligations Correction of Military Records Bar of Continued Service Security Clearance Revocation Assistance will also be provided for legal matters related to deployment or mobilization, including: Wills Powers of Attorney Family Care Powers of Attorney Living Wills and Advance Medical Directives Landlord/Tenant Issues Service members Civil Relief Act (SCRA) Issues Employment/Reemployment Issues Related to Military Service
U.S. Army Reserve JAG units are authorized to provide consultations in civilian legal matters unrelated to military service, as resources allow. They will not provide representation for you in a civilian court. You will not receive complex estate planning services. If you have a military criminal matter, please request Trial Defense Services representation on their page. If you are a member of the U.S. Army Reserve, and wish to request Legal Assistance, click the button below and fill out the form. Save the form as a pdf and email it to the Legal Operations Detachment closest to where you reside (see below.) Email will generally provide the fastest response to your request. Calling the phone number listed will not connect you with an attorney, but will direct you to a unit member who will likely advise you to fill out the request form. Be aware that these are drilling reserve units whose members are not on active duty. You should expect a response within one week. If you have not been contacted within one week of sending your email, please advise the Client Services POC at: to email@example.com.
Click here to submit a Request for Legal Assistance.