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Information for Self-Represented Litigants

The Tarrant County Family Judges strongly encourage you to hire a lawyer, if possible. Please remember that the court clerks, court staff, and judges want to help you, but they cannot give you legal advice, help you fill out your forms, or tell you what to do. If you proceed without a lawyer, you will be responsible for protecting yourself legally. If you still wish to represent yourself, please consider consulting the following resources:

  1. For Divorce Forms 
  2. For other Family Law Forms
    For Protective Orders
    District Attorney's Protective Order Unit
    Safe Haven of Tarrant County 
  3. Tarrant County Law Library
  4. Legal Aid of Northwest Texas
  5. Texas A&M Law School Law Clinic
  6. Free Legal Clinics
  7. Tarrant County Bar Association
  8. How to Conduct Yourself in Family Court
  9. Instructions for Handling Your Divorce (with children) in the Tarrant County Family Courts
  10. Instructions for Handling Your Divorce (no children) in the Tarrant County Family Courts
  11. Parenting Help
  12. Conflict Resolution




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