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United States Air Force
215 Page Road Suite 186
Robins AFB, GA 31098
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 Robins Air Force Base Legal Office provides assistance to active-duty military members and their families, retired military members and their families, members of the Guard (Title 10 status only) and members of the reserves on active-duty orders. General legal advice is available by appointment only. You may schedule an appointment by calling 478-926-9276 or DSN 468-9276 Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Friday 10:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Most services are still by appointment only, calling in advance is advised.
Legal consultations and services for an array of civil matters (for example divorce, wills and child support) are provided. Consultation with an attorney is available by appointment only. Please call 478-926-9276 or DSN 468-9276 to schedule an appointment.
Walk-in notary services are available in building 708. Please call for specific times as these may vary due to COVID restrictions.
Powers of Attorney
You may complete a power of attorney work sheet online and selected legal worksheets. Once completed, a ticket number will be generated. Bring the ticket number with you to the Legal Assistance Office so your POA may be retrieved and prepared. POA worksheets may also be picked up at the Legal Office and must be completed before the POA can be prepared. Please call for specific times as these may vary due to COVID restrictions.
Claims documents may be picked up at the Claims Office, building 708, during hours of operation. When you pick up your documents, one of our claims examiners will brief you on the proper procedures for submitting your claim against the government.
Household Goods claims are no longer filed with the Claims Office. These claims are filed directly with the carrier first within nine months from the date of delivery at full replacement value. If the carrier denies your claim or if you are unsatisfied with their offer, you may file with the Air Force Claims Service Center at depreciated value. Should you need to file a claim with the Air Force Claims Service Center, you may do so online.
You should turn-in your Directives Division Form 1840R directly to the carrier (within 75 days of delivery). If you need help tracking down the contact information for the carrier, you may stop by the Claims Office for assistance.
Last Will & Testament
If you need a new will or simply want to update your existing will, stop by the Legal Assistance Office for a worksheet, or you may complete the online form. Click on legal worksheet and complete the form. Once completed, a ticket number will generate. The Legal Office will need the ticket number to access the worksheet. Contact the Legal Office to schedule a time to meet with an attorney. If you would like a living will or other medical related powers of attorney, the Legal Office can take care of this during the appointment for the last will and testament.
The Victim/Witness ProgramThis program is supported by an advocate in the Legal Office and supports victims and/or witnesses of any crime.
The Legal Assistance and Claims Offices are part of the Civil Law Division and are located in building 708. Acquisition law, labor law, military justice and environmental law are located in building 215. For general questions, the Legal Office is open Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. and Friday 10:00-3:00 p.m. or may be reached by calling 478-926-9276 or DSN 468-9276.