New program provides Nevada veterans free legal help



On Monday, James Dorsey sat with Nevada’s attorney general in a conference room, drafting up his will.
“We had a little bit of military talk ‘cause he was Navy also,” Dorsey, 74, said. “I enjoyed it.”
Attorney General Adam Laxalt was at Texas Station Monday morning with about 10 local attorneys, helping military veterans and active members through civil matters.

Laxalt said the program idea was on his platform when he ran for attorney general. Two weeks after being elected, he said he made calls, creating an advisory committee. In March, the Office of Military Legal Assistance was established.
“We’re a small enough state that if you’ve got the initiative and have a good idea, you can push something through in under a year,” he said.
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