Texas

Free Family Law Forms (Divorce and More)

Legal Resources

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

    Click this link for FREE PRINTABLE FORMS for Uncontested Divorce WITH Children in Texas. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Establishing Paternity Start 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
  • Divorce Without Children in Texas

    Click this link for the forms you will need for an uncontested divorce WITHOUT children in Texas. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Modification Kit

    Here you will find all of the documents needed to modify your child support and custody orders. Please note that these forms can only be used when the modification is uncontested. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • 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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  • 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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  • Default Judgment

    These forms explain what you need to do to get a final judgment when the other party will not respond to the lawsuit or appear in court. This kit includes instructions and explanations about what you must do, a checklist for the forms you need, and the actual forms you can use. Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
  • 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
  • Serving the Document and the Certificate of Service PDF

    If the other party in your case has filed an answer or appeared in court, and you need to file more documents in your case, you will need to give the other party a copy of the documents, or serve the documents. Read this to learn how to serve the document. Content Detail

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    Partnership for Legal Access
  • Adult Name Change Forms and Instructions in English and Spanish PDF

    Read this step by step brochure if you are changing the name of an adult in Texas. Content Detail

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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  • Correcting a Clerical Mistake in a Judgment (Nunc Pro Tunc)

    Use these forms to fix a mistake, when the order that the judge has signed is incorrect. Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
  • 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
  • DWOP (free forms)

    Is your case about to be dismissed ("DWOP"ed) because you have taken no action? Use these forms to ask the Court to keep your case on the docket. Read More

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    Travis County Law Library
  • Interactive Protective Order Kit

    Click the following link to use an interactive program that will help you, step by step, fill out the forms required to obtain a protective order in Texas. Read More

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    Texas Legal Services Center
  • Affidavit of Indigency free forms

    Use this form if you can’t afford to pay court fees because you have a very low income. This form is also called an “Affidavit of Inability to Pay Court Costs” or a “Pauper’s Oath.” You must either 1) sign this form in front of a notary public or 2) sign this form and sign and attach an Unsworn Declaration form. Note: Some courts will only accept this form if it is signed in front of a notary public. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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    Spanish / Español