Fort Moore

U.S. Army Fort Moore and The Maneuver Center of Excellence

Office of the Staff Judge Advocate Site

Legal Assistance

Fort Moore Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Legal Assistance Division, is assisting clients telephonically and in person. We are available for notary services and powers of attorney 0900-1600 Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Friday, and 1300-1600 on Thursday. We are closed on all Federal and Training Holidays.

In order to assist those of you who are immune compromised or concerned about COVID 19 spread, we have posted our POWER OF ATTORNEY form on our Samples/Forms section of this page. You are welcome to pre-fill, print and take to your nearest notary.

NOTE Vehicle Tag paperwork will no longer be provided at the Legal Assistance Office. Please go to your county tag office, they will check your most recent LES and obtain all of the information required to check your entitlement to the military Ad Valorem exemption

If you have further questions, please call us at 706-545-3281 for more information and additional phone numbers for assistance.

"Improving readiness, discipline and morale by providing competent, timely and professional legal services to the Fort Moore Military Community"

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Fort Moore Legal Assistance page! We offer a wide range of services to all individuals entitled to our legal assistance. We encourage you to explore the topic specific tabs in the left-hand margin for Fact Sheets, FAQs and other useful tips, information and links regarding your legal issue.

Eligible clients

If you are entitled to legal assistance, our office can provide advice concerning personal, non-business, civil legal problems, including preparation of some legal documents. We are limited to assisting only those eligible clients with noncommercial, non-criminal matters.

It is very important that you ask the legal office to review and explain questionable legal documents before you sign them. If you are unable to resolve a problem yourself, it is best to seek legal advice as soon as possible since delay rarely makes things better and the law may limit your remedy if you do not act quickly.

Please remember: In general, Army regulations and staffing considerations do not permit our attorneys to represent you in civil court. Except in very rare circumstances, you will need to engage a civilian attorney for any in-court representation that is required.


The following services may be performed on a walk-in basis:

  • Notary Services
  • Powers of Attorney


Individual Legal Assistance is provided by Appointment only!

The appointments process can be started multiple ways.

  • By coming into our office.
    • 6930 Morrison Avenue, Bldg. 130, Fort Moore, GA 31905. M-T-W-F 0900-1600 & Th. 1300-1600
  • By calling 706-545-8273
  • By emailing here with your name, number and a summary of your issue.

Please remember to:

  • Bring your Military I.D.
  • Arrive 10 minutes prior to the scheduled appointment time.

* Please note that arriving 10 minutes late for the scheduled appointment time will result in cancellation of the appointment and reported as a “no show.”


Wednesday is the only day available to schedule an appointment for a will or estate planning related matters. Please click on our Wills & Estate Planning tab on the left for additional information.

If you can't find all the information you need here, let us know by sending us a message through our Facebook page.

Or check our great Army Legal Assistance webpage.