Bexar County Court - Staff Attorney's Office
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- The Staff Attorney is NOT your attorney and does not represent you as such.
- The Staff Attorney does NOT give legal advice.
- The Staff Attorney does NOT help you complete documents you intend to present to the court.
The Bexar County Staff Attorney office provides limited assistance to Pro Se Litigants for divorce cases.
Note: Pro Se Litigants are those persons going through the court system without an attorney representing them.
Specifically from their website:
"In order for you to set a date for your case to be heard by a judge, you must have your documents reviewed by the Office of the Staff Attorney for the Bexar County Civil District Courts. You may arrange for this by visiting their office at 100 Dolorosa St., Suite 2.16, San Antonio, Texas 78205. The review process is NOT a guarantee of any kind of relief and does NOT mean that you will see a judge on that same day. The Staff Attorney's Office will review the paperwork for legal sufficiency and then set you with a court date, when ready. It is your responsibility to be present at the courthouse on the day set for your hearing. Please note that this review will involve a substantial wait period."
Please click the link below for more information.