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Free Family Law Forms (Divorce and More)

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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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  • Publication for Divorce Cases

    Instructions & Forms for Service by Publication if you are filing a Divorce with Children. Read More

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    Texas Partnership for Legal Access
  • 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
  • Service by Publication

    Instructions & Forms for Service by Publication. Read More

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    Texas Partnership for Legal Access
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    Spanish / Español
  • Terminate Withholding for Child Support Free Forms

    Use these FREE forms if you want to stop child support from being withheld from your paycheck because child support is no longer required in your case. Read More

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    Partnership for Legal Access
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    Spanish / Español
  • 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

    By:
    Texas Legal Services Center
  • Motion to Set Hearing - Divorce PDF

    Some courts require the spouse who filed for divorce (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 your spouse (the respondent) and come to an agreement as to the date and time of the hearing, and no extra form is necessary. Content Detail

    By:
    Texas Legal Services Center
  • Divorce in Texas-- Fact Sheet

    Click this link for general information on divorce in Texas, including information on where to file for divorce, how long a divorce will likely take, and more. Read More

    By:
    Texas RioGrande Legal Aid
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    Spanish / Español
    Chinese / 中文
    Vietnamese / Tiếng Việt
  • SAPCR Instructions PDF

    Instructions: SAPCR: Custody, Visitation & Support When You're Not Divorcing Content Detail

    By:
    Partnership for Legal Access
  • Tips for the Courtroom PDF

    Be prepared when the judge calls your case. Content Detail

    By:
    Texas Partnership for Legal Access