Legal Forms on the Internet


These are the most-frequently requested legal forms (at least at one public library branch).
Free Legal Help in Texas
DISCLAIMER: The following list is NOT COMPREHENSIVE.
  • TexasLawHelp.org (Civil Law - in particular Family & Consumer Law)


  • Services for the Public (Houston Bar Association) | Click here for Family Law, Elder Law, & Consumer Law PDF Handbooks in English, Spanish, & Chinese |
  • Frequently Asked Legal Questions (Texas State Law Library)
  • Resources for the Public (State Bar of Texas) | Free Legal Information (State Bar of Texas) | Family Law pamphlets (State Bar of Texas) |
  • FindLaw.com
  • Living Will (in Texas) | Do Not Resuscitate [out of hospital] |
    STATUTORY FORMS [requirements spelled out in law] [Note: Texas Statutes list what must be included but sometimes there is a sample form and sometimes there is NO SAMPLE FORM]

    4. Mechanic's Lien
    Texas Property Code Chapter 53: Mechanic's, Contractors, or Materialman's Lien
    5. Medical Power of Attorney [See free form under Living Will above]
    Texas Health & Safety Code Chapter 166.151 through 166.162 ["Advance Directives Act"]
    6. Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates [See free form under Living Will above]
    Texas Health & Safety Code Chapter 166.031 through 166.042
    7. Wills
    Texas Probate Code Chapter IV Section 57 through 63 [etc.]
    8. Affidavit of Heirship [NOTE: Does have SAMPLE FORM]
    Texas Probate Code Chapter III Section 52A

    Free Legal Help in Texas


  • TexasLawHelp.org [click Chat] (Civil Law - in particular Family & Consumer Law)
  • Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program
  • Legal Line (free legal assistance by phone)
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Texas State Law Library
  • Lone Star Legal Aid [Note: 4 out of 5 eligible clients turned away due to lack of resources, not because client was not eligible}
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