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The pursuit of justice is at the center of every Air Force objective. So the rights of Airmen are held in the highest regard and are defended and supported by top legal minds like Air Force Judge Advocates (JA). These attorneys handle a wide variety of legal issues including international law, operations law, environmental law and military and civilian personnel issues. From trial preparation to post-trial actions, they provide important legal counsel every step of the way.
Reserve members are eligible for readiness related legal assistance (wills, powers-of-attorney, USERRA, SCRA) at any time. While on extended Title 10 orders, members and their dependents are eligible for full spectrum legal assistance (e.g., landlord tenant disputes, divorce).
Reenlistment Briefings (Article 137)
Every UTA Saturday, 1400, basement testing room in 507 ARW HQ (bldg #1043).
Active Duty Legal Office 72nd ABW/JA
Call 405-739-5811 to schedule an appointment. Wills require an initial visit, plus a follow-up Tuesday afternoon execution ceremony.
Use this website as an easy way to gather and input will and power of attorney information.
The website will generate a ticket number that you can bring to the legal office.
Click HERE to complete an online legal worksheet for a will, advance medical directive, or power of attorney prior to visiting the legal office.
You are not required to fill out an online worksheet to receive legal assistance services at your nearest military legal office. However, completing the online worksheet prior to your visit allows you to gather necessary information in the comfort of your home and should ensure expedited service.
Please note that no legal documents can be printed from this website – you are required to visit the nearest Air Force legal office to obtain your legal document, and consultation with an attorney will be necessary in most cases. Only Air Force legal offices have access to the data you enter here.
Will: A Last Will and Testament explains your desires upon your death. It controls the disposition of your property, provides for guardianship of minor children, and may cover other areas such as funeral desires. A will is not effective until death.
Living Will: A living will expresses your desires regarding medical treatment and termination of life support in the event of a terminal, incurable medical condition.
Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare: This power of attorney appoints a trusted person to make medical care decisions in the event of incompetence or if you cannot speak for yourself.
General POA: A general POA allows you (the grantor) to give a broad range of powers to a trusted person (the grantee) to act on your behalf in areas such as banking transactions, business transactions, selling of real estate and personal property, and taxes. Note that certain military offices, such as Finance or Personnel offices, are unlikely to accept General Powers of Attorney.
Special POA: A special POA grants limited authority to a trusted person to perform specific acts on your behalf such as selling a car, accessing a bank account, or managing property.
To create a ticket for a power of attorney for your family care plan:
-click on "Legal Worksheets" -click "Create Power of Attorney (POW) Worksheet -click "Miscellaneous" tab -click "Power of Attorney for In Loco Parentis" and follow the prompts
Reservists are eligible for readiness-related legal assistance (wills, powers-of-attorney, USERRA, SCRA) at any time.
While on extended Title 10 orders, members and their dependents are eligible for full spectrum legal assistance (e.g., landlord tenant disputes, divorce).
Hours of operation
UTAs: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
507th ARW Headquarters
Bldg. 1056, Basement, Suite B13
Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma
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