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Looking for help filing for a DD 214 upgrade?  NKU's Chase Law pro bono program is now aiding veterans in filing for a DD 214 upgrade - call 859-572-6918. 

In addition, the DAV is now offering services - call 859-547-3391 (only call one of the services so it doesn't bog down your request). 

Learn more about a DD 214 upgrade request here.  


Legal Aid of Greater Cincinnati: The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati resolves legal problems for low income people, promote economic and family stability and reduce poverty through effective legal assistance. 

Legal Aid of NKY: To resolve the most important problems of low income and other vulnerable people by providing high quality legal assistance through direct representation, education, advice, advocacy and coordination with other community resources. 

Cincinnati Bar Association: The CBA has operated its Lawyer Referral Service since 1943. The LRS maintains a panel of more than 250 attorneys and makes complimentary referrals in most areas of the law. Referrals can be made to an attorney located in a specific neighborhood. The referred attorney will not charge more than $50 for the first half-hour of consultation. Request an attorney by calling (513) 381-8359 or use the online referral form. 

Cincinnati Find A Lawyer: Created by the Cincinnati Bar Association to provide a reliable online source of local lawyers and Ohio legal information. It includes free online information and toolkit. 

Hamilton Co. Domestic Relations Court family law clinic: The Domestic Relations Division of the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas handles cases involving divorce, dissolution, the care and support of children, and the protection of victims of domestic violence. 

The Veterans Court of Southern Indiana is a specialized court that closely monitors veterans in the court system who want treatment for alcohol/substance addiction or serious mental health illness. The mission is to successfully rehabilitate veterans involved in the court system using evidence based treatment to positively change their behavior to lead productive, law-abiding civilian lives. 

Kentucky Veterans Treatment Courts: The Northern Kentucky Veterans Treatment Court began in 2015 as a pilot program and was awarded a Bureau of Justice Assistance grant in 2015 to fully implement the program. The NKVTC team completed training through the National Drug Court Institute's Veterans Treatment Court Planning Initiative. The AOC administers the program in conjunction with the Cincinnati Veterans Medical Health Center, North Key Community Care, Transitions Inc., the commonwealth's attorney, the county attorney and the Department of Public Advocacy.

Ohio Military / Veterans Legal Assistance Project: The Ohio Military/Veterans Legal Assistance Project (OMVLAP) is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to provide legal representation to the brave men and women of this nation who are putting themselves, or who have previously put themselves, in harm’s way to protect our country and serve us all. 

Ohio Veterans Courts: Courts throughout Ohio are implementing special Veterans’ Courts, where the emphasis is on treatment and diversion rather than punishment. The Ohio Department of Veterans Services has established effective working relationships with these courts in order to provide guidance and assistance on issues like sustainable funding and obtaining certification from the Ohio Supreme Court. 

Pro Seniors: The attorneys at Pro Seniors are experts in elder law. Because this is our specialty, we know a lot about Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, long-term care, pensions, and lots of other issues that affect seniors. You will get excellent advice and peace of mind from working with our attorneys.