Resources for Self Represented Litigants

This page offers links to organizations and self-help centers in Texas who offer resources, legal advice, and documents to those who wish to represent themselves in court.

Texas Court Help helps self-represented litigants navigate through the court system.

Self Represented Litigation Network provides information on self help support programs for courts, legal aid and community practitioners.

Texas Law Help provides legal information for self represented litigants and offers a live chat service.

Travis County Law Library and Self Help Center provides assistance to self represented litigants.

Collin County Self Help Center provides assistance to self represented litigants

Hidalgo County provides a Pro Se Litigant Handout and additional information here.

Texas State Law Library offers information about local bar associations offering free legal advice via a hotline to self represented litigants.

Pro Se Divorce Handbook (Representing Yourself in Family Court).

Texas Access to Justice Commission offers forms for self-represented litigants.

Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas Legal Clinics provide free civil legal services to low-income people through attorney volunteers in Travis County.

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