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United States Air Force
8208 Hangar Loop Dr.
MacDill AFB, FL 33621
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.
Legal assistance is available at MacDill. The Legal Office serves active-duty members, retirees, and family members. Appointments are necessary.
Types of Services
The Legal Office can provide assistance with:
Power of attorney
Referrals for other legal matters
Information on other legal matters (bankruptcy, Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, etc.)
Legal Services Not Available
An Air Force legal assistance attorney cannot represent members in court, or in an administrative hearing. Legal assistance attorneys cannot offer legal advice on criminal issues, official Air Force matters (such as promotions, assignments, or administrative actions), or matters involving your personal affairs (except SCRA-related issues). In these cases, or in other cases requiring specialized knowledge of particular areas of the law, the Legal Office may recommend consultation with a civilian attorney.
Please note, legal assistance attorneys are advisors only.
Air Force Legal Assistance Website
The Air Force Judge Advocate General Corps created the Air Force Legal Assistance website for active-duty, Reserve Component members, retirees and dependents. Since it is a public site, clients may access the site's features from the comfort of their homes without a common access card. The site's features include legal topics such as wills and family law issues; legal worksheets (questionnaires for will, living wills and powers of attorney); and an online survey. While the website increases convenience for clients, everyone should note the following: Information on the website is for educational and informational purposes only. Clients will not have the ability to print a legal document (will, power of attorney, etc.) from the website. Clients will need to visit the legal office and provide their ticket numbers to obtain their legal documents. The website is designed for client convenience, but no one is required to use the website prior to visiting the legal office.
All Household Goods Claims are now processed through the AF Claims Service Center (AFCSC).
To process a claim, please follow the following steps:
If you moved with the web-based Defense Personal Property (DPS) system, file your loss/damage report directly with carrier on-line at Move.mil within 75 days of delivery. File within nine (9) months directly with carrier to get full replacement value. After nine (9) months, but not later than two (2) years from delivery, file with AFCSC. If you file with AFCSC, you must file within two (2) years from delivery and you will only be reimbursed for depreciated replacement costs.
For access on a non-Government computer, call 1-877-754-1212. Instructions and paperwork are available online.If you have any questions, you may call the AFCSC Helpdesk at DSN 312-986-8044 or 1-877-754-1212.