The Hill AFB Legal Office offers free legal help to military identification card holders, including active-duty military members and their immediate family members, retired military members and their immediate family members, and widows and dependents of deceased retired military members.
All services are free of charge upon proof of eligibility. Limited services are provided to DOD civilian employees and inactive Reserve/National Guard members upon receipt of deployment orders.
Legal services provided by the Legal Assistance section includes wills, living wills, powers of attorney, notary services, general legal advice relating to divorce, separation, child support, consumer problems, landlord/tenant issues, financial problems, adoption, citizenship, tax issues, and allotments.
The branch is responsible for the Hill AFB Tax Assistance Program, which provides advice and the free preparation of federal and state tax returns to active, Reserve and retired military ID cardholders. In addition, the branch performs a preventive law program, which includes the drafting and issuance of informative pamphlets on a variety of legal topics, providing legal-oriented briefings to organization/groups, and drafting periodic legal articles for publication in the base newspaper.
The branch is also responsible for providing support to operational law actions to include manning deployment lines and providing law of armed conflict training.
Visit the Air Force legal assistance website for additional legal assistance information -- https://aflegalassistance.law.af.mil.
Hill AFB Tax Center, 801-777-1040
Utah Pro Bono, 801-297-7049
Utah Bar Referral, 801-531-9077
Hill AFB Appointments
Notaries and Powers of Attorney are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on a walk-in basis. The office is closed every second Wednesday. The office is closed every second Wednesday from 8 a.m. to noon for training.
Call to make an appointment for other legal advice.
Hill AFB Legal Office
6026 Cedar Lane (Bldg. 1278)
Hill AFB, UT 84056
(Current as of October 2018)