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What are some free legal forms in the state of Texas?

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Free legal forms for family law, court procedure and protective orders are available in Texas, according to the Texas Legal Services Center, as of November 2015. Free bankruptcy forms for Texas bankruptcy courts are also available, according to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas.

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Navigate to TexasLawHelp.org for a listing of the free legal forms that may be used in Texas state courts or for personal legal matters, such as a will or power of attorney. TexasLawHelp.org is a project organized and managed by the Texas Legal Services Center. All of the forms on the website are free.

To find the Texas legal form for a specific subject, click on the appropriate link under Find Your Legal Issue in the left sidebar of the TexasLawHelp.org home page. Clicking on Wills and Life Planning provides a list of links to forms that may be used for a will, guardianship, power of attorney, trust or other estate planning needs.

Go to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas home page and click on the Forms tab for free bankruptcy court forms. Two types of free forms are available: national forms and local forms. Local forms are bankruptcy court forms specifically created for bankruptcy filings in the Northern District of Texas.

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