Like many Washingtonians, I come from a family of veterans. My late father was very proud of his Navy service, both of my grandfathers served in the military, and many of my uncles fought in WWII.
The Attorney General’s Office is proud to support our military servicemembers, veterans and their families. These proud Americans have done their part to honor and serve our country—and it’s only right to honor and serve them in return. We owe it to our veterans and servicemembers to stand up for them and work to make sure they receive the benefits and protections they have earned.
Making sure our veterans and military servicemembers receive the assistance they deserve is important. The physical and psychological effects of military service can extend well beyond the tour of duty, and so should our support.
Because of their service, there are federal and state laws that extend certain rights and benefits to veterans and servicemembers, including laws to help avoid credit and foreclosure problems, and laws to protect against discrimination in employment and housing. Veterans and servicemembers may also be entitled to healthcare, education and other benefits. The information provided on this web site and in the Attorney General's "Military & Veteran Legal Resource Guide" is designed to help inform veterans, military personnel and their families about available benefits and protections.
It is an honor to be able to serve Washington's veterans, military personnel and their families.
Washington Attorney General