Veterans Legal Consultation Form

FREE CONSULTATION

WITH MAURICE L. ABARR - LAWYER, INC.

Filling out the form is the first step in the process of receiving help from our law office.  This form lets us get to know you better so that we may try our best to help you. We will contact you within 1 business day once the form is submitted.

 

Filling out this form does not create an attorney-client relationship and does not guarantee representation. The form and initial consultation are free of charge. Some veterans are just looking to get some questions answered and are not seeking an attorney yet. If this is you, we will gladly try to answer those questions. Do not hesitate in reaching out to us. 

VA Free Consultation Form
Are you a Veteran?
What is the nature of your disability?
Do you have the capability to scan us a copy of the Decision you want to appeal and email it to maurice@abarrlaw.com?
201 E. Sandpointe Avenue, Suite 480, Santa Ana, CA 92707
(714) 543-8416
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