To qualify for Legal Assistance you must have a valid military identification card and fall into one of the following categories:
- Active Duty Military Members and their dependents
- Reserve and Guard Members who are on active duty and their dependents
- Retired military members and their dependents. If you are a "gray area" retired reservist or guardsman or a dependent of one of them, you must be receiving retirement pay to be eligible for service. Please note you must have a military ID card to be eligible.
- Other individuals in unique circumstances may be eligible if they have a valid military identification card
What We Can Help With
Note: We cannot give legal advice by phone or by email
Real Estate - Personal
Divorce and Separation
International Parental Child Abduction
Powers of Attorney
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
Template Letter For Lease Termination
(31 Jan - 17 Apr)
Phone: (210) 295-1040
Hours: M-F 0800-1600
Location: Bldg 133
2450 Dragon Valley Rd
Eligibility: AD, Dep., Ret
No business/rental income;
Exception: Will assist with Child-care
Providers income and rental property
income (2 or fewer) per return
Uniform Services Employment & Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
Probate - Only JBSA-FSH
Witness & Victims Assistance
The Victim and Witness Assistance Program (VWAP), is a Commander-directed program that is supported by the Staff Judge Advocate Office. The VWAP Program provides guidance for the treatment of victims and witnesses of crime under the UCMJ. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, the Program ensures that victims and witnesses receive the information and assistance they deserve.
Please call your local legal office @ (210) 536-7272 to schedule an appointment with our VWAP coordinator.
Note: Legal Assistance does not extend advice about criminal charges or adverse administrative actions. Contact the Area Defense Counsel for assistance with these matters.