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This section contains detailed information on the different types of legal help available to help you solve your legal problems. Click the link below for more information.

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This section contains information on organizations that can help you with your legal issues. There are different types of legal help available, from free legal advice to assistance with your case, to having an attorney take your entire case.

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This section contains a calendar of free legal clinics in Texas. Legal Clinics are way for you to get free legal assistance in person. Click below to learn more.

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This section contains information on non-legal aid organizations that may be able to help you. These organizations include agencies of the federal or state government, state and local bar associations, and other non-profit organizations.

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This section contains answers to common questions about legal aid, including information on how you can qualify for free legal aid.

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News & Events (In-Person Events May Be Canceled Due to COVID-19)

Apr 2020
April 13, 2020 5:00 PM

Denton County - Veterans' Clinic in Lewisville

Denton County - Veterans' Clinic in Lewisville The Legal Aid of Northwest Texas brings a Legal...
Apr 2020
April 14, 2020 6:00 PM

Hays County - Legal Advice Clinic

VolunteerLegal Services (VLS) host Hays County Legal Advice & Intake Clinic VolunteerLegal...
Apr 2020
April 16, 2020 11:00 AM

Young County- Free Virtual Legal Clinic

Hosted by Texas Legal Services Center: Free Family Law Clinic for low-income patrons Meet face-to-...

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TexasLawHelp is a website dedicated to providing free and reliable legal information to low-income Texans. It is a project of the Texas Legal Services Center, and is supported by the Texas Access to Justice Foundation, Texas Bar Foundation, Travis County Law Library, and Texas Legal Aid Organizations. Read more about us here.

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