- Prepares deeds for low-income Texans who own property. This allows for the transfer of title to real property upon death without the need for a will or probate;
- Creates general durable powers of attorney for those wishing to designate another person (agent) to assist in the handling of their financial affairs;
- Helps with occupational driver’s licenses if a license was lost due to a DWI or other traffic violation; and
- Helps with expunctions or nondisclosures for those who wish to clear or seal a criminal record to more easily qualify for housing and employment.
To receive free services, you must be a Texas resident and have a household income at or below 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The guidelines are listed in Court Costs and Fee Waivers.