CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — The Chesapeake campus of Tidewater Community College will be holding a free legal advice clinic for veterans on March 1.
The Office of Attorney General Mark Herring announced the Chesapeake clinic Wednesday, as well as four others that will be held across the state.
The clinics are the first-ever pro bono Legal Veteran Services Clinics, and aim to give low-income veterans legal advice on how to draft wills, powers of attorney and advance medical directives.
“Wills, powers of attorney, and advance medical directives are really important documents that can provide veterans, their partners, and families with peace of mind and planning for the future,” Herring said.
If you are interested, you must register online at the AG.Virginia.Gov or at a Department of Veteran’s Service Center. They will not take walks-ins.