TexasLawHelp is a joint effort of legal aid, courts, and non-profit organizations throughout Texas. It is completely free to use. You will never be charged for using any resources on this website.
Meet Our Team
Texas Legal Services Center
The Texas Legal Services Center ("TLSC") administers the day to day functions of the website. The Texas Legal Services Center is a non-profit law office which provides training to poverty law advocates. TLSC also sponsors projects that help individuals in Texas and, in some cases, nationwide.
Travis County Law Library
Since 1983, the Travis County Law Library has helped thousands of Travis County residents find legal information. The Law Library's Self-Help Center provides extended help to residents through their reference attorneys. The library is the primary source of the printout forms available on TexasLawHelp.
TexasLawHelp Advisory Committee
Formed in 2014, the TexasLawHelp Advisory Committee is composed of representatives from legal aid organizations, the Texas Office of Court Administration, Law Libraries, domestic violence shelters, and more. The Advisory Committee provides guidance for the strategic direction of TexasLawHelp.
Meet Our Funders
Texas Access to Justice Foundation
The Texas Access to Justice Foundation is the leading source of funding for legal aid in Texas. The Foundation was created by the Supreme Court of Texas in 1984. The Foundation committed to the vision that all Texans, regardless of income, will have equal access to the civil justice system. They provide the majority of funding for the day to day staff to administer TexasLawHelp.org.
Texas Access to Justice Commission
The Texas Access to Justice Commission is charged with developing and implementing initiatives designed to expand access to, and enhance the quality of, justice in civil legal matters for low-income Texans. It was created in 2001 by the Supreme Court of Texas, In addition to other support, the Commission provided much-needed funds to allow for the TexasLawHelp.org website to be redesigned.
The Texas Bar Foundation is the largest charitably-funded bar foundation in the nation. The Foundation has helped organizations educate the public about their rights and responsibilities under the law, provide legal services to the poor, and assist those who turn to the legal system for protection. The Foundation provided a substantial grant to provide for the redesign of the TexasLawHelp.org website.
Corporate Counsel Section
Legal Services Corporation