Legal Resources

Military Legal Resources

Other Legal Resources

The following directories and websites may provide additional recovery and care-related resources for Soldiers, Veterans, Families and Caregivers. However, these resources have not been fully vetted by the U.S. Army or Warrior Care and Transition. While this information may help, WCT cannot guarantee the quality of service or accuracy of information provided.

American Bar Association (ABA)

Founded in 1878, the American Bar Association is committed to supporting the legal profession with practical resources for legal professionals while improving the administration of justice, accrediting law schools, establishing model ethical codes, and more. The ABA is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities.

The ABA also has resources for the public regarding the law and the legal system. The following resources are provided within their website:

    ABA Home Front

    ABA Home Front helps military families find legal help in or near their local community. A state-by-state listing provides information about any income or service-based restrictions. Information, publications, and resources are available to address: A variety of legal issues that military families face; military members rights under the Service Members Civil Relief Act; how to determine when to seek help from a civilian attorney or from a legal assistance attorney; and legal programs and organizations providing in-person consultation and representation for military families in need of legal help.

    ABA Find Legal Help

    ABA Find Legal Help features a "Consumer's Guide for Legal Help" which offers local, state, and nationwide information on Lawyer Referrals, Free Legal Help, Self-Help, State Courts, and Legal Information and Laws by State.

    ABA Resources for the Public

    A consumer resource that addresses finding and filing complaints against lawyers and judges, ethics and regulations, professionalism and more.

    ABA Current Disciplinary Agency Directory Online (pdf)

    This directory provides a listing and links to each State agency's website to help file and get information about consumer complaints, disciplined attorneys, the disciplinary process, misconduct involving judges and lawyers, and more.