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Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
This website allows you to ask a lawyer a legal question in writing. You will receive an e-mail when an attorney has answered your question. Only those who meet certain criteria qualify for this service. The American Bar Association runs this service.
This website is one of the best resources for anyone with common legal questions. Texas Law Help provides many free legal forms and informational packets as well as a Live Chat Service that allows you to chat online with an attorney during normal business hours. The site is powered by Pro Bono Net and resources are written and compiled by various legal aid organizations in Texas.
Texas CBAR is a statewide attorney referral program provided by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid that provides free legal help to eligible nonprofit groups that cannot otherwise afford legal services. To apply, organizations should complete and return the Texas CBAR Group Application for Services available on their website.
Upsolve is a non-profit organization that provides legal information and free no-asset Chapter 7 bankruptcies for people who have more than $10,000 in debt. Their website helps guide debtors through the process of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy without an attorney, and includes information on forms, courts, exemptions, and more.