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This free guide offers civil legal information to Texans who cannot afford legal help.  Learn about your rights, available self-help resources, and organizations that provide free and low-cost legal aid.

   

For more information, click on a topic below or view an alphabetical list of available forms and topics.  Need help now?  Click here Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm Central Standard Time (CST) to chat with a specialist.


 
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Crime Victims
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  Disability
Rights of People with Disabilities
 
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  Elder Law
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Immigration
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  Military and Veterans' Affairs
Benefits, Burial, Memorials, Legal Assistance, etc.
 
Public Benefits
Cash Assistance, Food Stamps, Medical Care, etc.
  Wills & Estates
Wills & Estates
 
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