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Establishing Paternity by Court Order


The following forms may be used to file or respond to a paternity case. You may need one or more of these forms depending on the circumstances and your role in the case. You may need additional forms depending on your case. Read the instructions first. Try to talk to a lawyer before you file anything.

Instructions –How to Get an Order Establishing Paternity of a Child in Texas

Forms filed by the Petitioner

Forms filed by other person or persons involved in the case

Order forms to be filled out for the Judge to sign

(Use the following forms only if asking for custody, visitation and support orders.)

Last Review and Update: Sep 10, 2015