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(Form) Required Initial Disclosures in Civil Cases in Texas

In cases filed on or after January 1, 2021, parties to civil suits in Texas must give the other party this information, as required by Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 194.2. It does not apply to all lawsuits. You must carefully read the rule.

Learn more: Required Initial Disclosures in Texas Civil Cases.

You must give this information to the other party no later than 30 days after either party files an answer, waiver of service, or counter-petition with the court clerk.

Keep a completed copy of this form for yourself. Attach documents that are required. You can attach additional pages on separate sheets of paper if you need more space for listing information.

If a question does not apply to your case, write “N/A,” “none,” or leave it blank.

If you have a family law case, additional information is required and you should use a different form.

 

 

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