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Service to Veterans & Military Families: Legal

Advocacy & Assistance

The Connecticut Office of Advocacy and Assistance can help veterans as well as eligible spouses and children with researching and obtaining benefits due under the law, as well as representing veterans before the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs rre: claims and benefits.

The Connecticut Veterans Legal Center offers free legal services to low income veterans to overcome barriers to housing, healthcare, and other issues.  This organization is a member of CTLawHelp's pro bono network.

Connecticut Veterans Legal Center

NEW! January 31, 2022 - Connecticut will become the second state in the country to launch a statewide Right to Counsel (RTC) program that will make attorneys available to eligible tenants at risk of eviction.

Legal News and Updates

It’s official: Here’s how troops can file military medical malpractice claims, from the Navy Times, June 18, 2021


 Legal Information Reference Center

Legal Information Reference Center is an online database offered through the Connecticut State Library's researchIT CT program is designed to assist the general public in legal matters of all kinds. It includes exclusive full text for many top consumer legal reference books, as well as thousands of legal forms. 

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