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United States Army
Legal Assistance Office
113 Pershing Road
Fort Bliss, TX 79916
Legal assistance is available to you and your family. Below, you’ll find information about claims and installation specific programs and services. If you have questions, reach out to the legal assistance program at your installation.
The Fort Bliss Office of the Staff Judge Advocate provides timely, accurate legal advice, service, and support for the command and staff of Fort Bliss. In addition, the Office provides legal services and preliminary legal advice to active-duty and retired soldiers, their family members, and other individuals entitled to receive legal assistance at Fort Bliss and its surrounding area.
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
HQ, Fort Bliss
Bldg. 113, Pershing Road
915-568-7141/7150 (DSN 978)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours, Location and Services
LOCATION: Building 113, Pershing Road (Parking off Slater Road)
HOURS: Monday thru Wednesday and Friday:
9 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. - 4:20 p.m.
Thursday: 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
WALK-IN SERVICES FOR POWER OF ATTORNEY AND NOTARIZATION ONLY available during hours of operations. All other Legal Assistance services are provided by appointment only.
To schedule an appointment to speak with a Legal Assistance attorney, either e-mail the Legal Assistance Office during duty or non-duty hours at email@example.com or call the LAO appointment phone line (915) 568-7141 during duty hours only.
Legal Assistance Services
Our attorneys have a wide range of knowledge and will better assist you having more knowledge of the pertinent facts of your issue/case. When calling for an appointment, provide us with a brief description of your issue/case. Also, have in hand last four of your SSN; along with spouse last four SSN if it is Family Law-type case.
The Legal Assistance Office provides general advice and assistance in the following areas:
Wills:Appointments must be made for estate planning counseling to have an attorney draft a will. After the counseling (whether in-person or telephonic), the servicing attorney will coordinate a date/time with the client for in-person will execution. Service members who are deploying can get a will done on a walk-in basis at the legal station in the Soldier Readiness Processing Center in Building 60, Doniphan Road on Fort Bliss.
Personal Civil Disputes: Tenant’s Rights, Auto Warranties, Lemon Law
Real Property Issues: Review of Contracts for Purchase/Sale of Home, Review of Leases, Mortgage Foreclosure
Economic Matters: Identity Theft, Insurance, Bankruptcy, Credit Reporting Issues
Family Matters: Adoption, Name Change, Child Support or Non-support, Child Custody, Divorce, Immigration
Civilian Criminal Matters: Advice Only
Military: OER/NCOER Appeals, FLIPL rebuttals, Suspension of Security Clearance, GOMOR Rebuttals, Non-punitive Chapter Discharges,
Limitations on Services: The Legal Assistance Office does not provide assistance in the following areas: Military Justice Matters, Punitive Chapter Actions, Article 15s, Private Business Activities of the Client, Litigation/Claims for or against the U.S., Employment Matters.