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Free Family Law Forms (Divorce and More)

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This section contains forms you may be able to use for common family law issues such as divorce, modification, and more.

  • Divorce With Children in Texas SET B

    TexasLawHelp Divorce Form SET B (children together) Use these forms if: ●you and your spouse have children who are under 18 or still in high school and ●there are no court orders regarding the children. Note: If you have a family violence protective order that includes orders regarding the children, you should still use SET B. Attach a copy of the protective order to your Original Petition for Divorce. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Interactive Online Forms - Easy to Understand and Use.

    Click this link for FREE INTERACTIVE forms including forms for Uncontested Divorce WITH AND WITHOUT CHILDREN. You answer questions, and once the interview is complete, a legal document will be generated, which you may print off. This service is completely free. These interviews guide you through filling out the forms in a step by step format with built in explanations to questions you might have. Use them today. Read More

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    Texas Legal Services Center
  • Establishing Paternity Starts Here

    FAQs, Instructions and Do-It-Yourself Forms Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Paternity Law. How paternity is established by presumption, voluntary acknowledgment and court order. Do-it-yourself forms that may be used to ask for a court order establishing paternity of a child. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
  • Annulment: Guidelines and Forms

    Few people who want an annulment actually qualify for one. Before paying to file for annulment, be sure that you qualify for by reading the Texas laws about annulment. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Changing Custody, Visitation, or Child Support: Instructions & Forms for Modification

    Instructions, information and forms to change a court order for custody, visitation, child support or medical support. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Child's Name Change and Instructions (English & Spanish)

    This Child's Name Change packet includes instructions that explain who is eligible to request that a child's name be changed and forms to ask the court to do so. Instrucciones para el cambio de nombre acordado de un menor Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
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    Spanish / Español
  • Civil Case Information Sheet

    A civil case information sheet must be completed and submitted when an original petition or application is filed to initiate a new civil, family law, probate, or mental health case or when a post-judgment motion for modification or enforcement is filed in a family law case. The information should be the best available at the time of filing. This sheet, approved by the Texas Judicial Council, is intended to collect information that will be used for statistical purposes only. It neither replaces nor supplements the filings or service of pleading or other documents as required by law or rule. The sheet does not constitute a discovery request, response, or supplementation, and it is not admissible at trial. Read More

  • Divorce Without Children in Texas SET A

    TexasLawHelp Divorce Form SET A (no children together) Use these forms if you and your spouse do not have children who are under 18 or still in high school. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • General Affidavit (free form) PDF

    A General Affidavit is a written statement, sworn to be true, giving specific reasons to support the things you are asking a judge to do. It is required when you ask the court for "extraordinary" or extra special relief like removing someone from a home or protecting children from an abusive parent These forms have instructions on how to complete the affidavit and a blank affidavit form. Content Detail

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    Travis County Law Library
  • Motion to Set Hearing - SAPCR PDF

    Some courts require the the petitioner to submit a motion in order to get a hearing date. Use these forms if your particular court requires a "motion to set" and "order setting hearing." Some courts only ask that you contact the other parent (the respondent) and come to an agreement as to the date and time of the hearing, and no extra form is necessary. Content Detail

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    Texas Legal Services Center
  • Posting Kit

    If you are unable to locate your spouse, and you and your spouse have no significant property, minor children, or disabled children in need of child support, then these forms can help your gice your spouse legal notice. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Terminate Withholding for Child Support Free Forms

    If you are no longer required to pay child support, you can use these free forms to stop child support deductions from your paycheck. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Annulment Forms

    Documents needed to file for an annulment in Texas. Make sure to read the laws about Annulment before filing, also available by clicking this link. Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
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    Spanish / Español
  • Default Judgment

    How to finish a case when the Respondent is properly served and does not file an Answer. Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
  • Adult Name Change Forms and Instructions in English and Spanish

    Unlike children, adults may ask for their own name change without agreement from other parties. Typically, name changes are granted as long as the name change is not a method for evading law enforcement. Read this step by step brochure if you are an adult who wants to change your name. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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    Spanish / Español