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The State of Texas puts out legal documents for use by its residents. These are often very valuable and may cost $2000 or more to prepare professionally. Fortunately, you can take on these documents yourself, saving you time, money and a visit with the judge.
You will find many vital personal docs below and links to obtain others. In my articles, I offer robust guides to help you understand these docs as you fill them in. You will still need Notary Services to make them official, which I’ll happily provide once you have filled them in. Please understand you must author a doc for me to legally notarize it.
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State of Texas Legal Documents
Each of the below documents is provided by the State of Texas, free of charge. I have aggregated them here for your convenience, and my articles above will add valuable context to help you create a ready-to-notarize document customized to your needs. When you’re ready for that notary stamp…
Advance Directives and Healthcare
- Directive to Physicians and Family or Surrogates (Living Will)
- Out-of-Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate (OOH-DNR) Order
- Medical Power of Attorney (MPOA)
- Declaration for Mental Health Treatment (DMHT)
- Statutory Durable Power of Attorney (SDPOA)
- Expedited Foreclosure Forms
- Challenging the Constitutionality of a State Statute
- Orders of Nondisclosure
- Statement of Inability to Afford Court Costs or an Appeal Bond (Bilingual)
- Transfer Certificate
- Form Notice of Protected Property Rights Bilingual
- Instructions for Protected Property Claim Form Bilingual
- Protected Property Claim Form Bilingual
- Form Order Appointing Receiver
- Form Sworn Application and Petition to Stop Cyberbullying Bilingual
Probate and Guardianship
- Will Form for a Person Who is Single, Widowed, or Divorced and Who Has Children (English)
- Will Form For a Married Person Who Has Children (English)
- Will Form For a Person Who is Single, Widowed, or Divorced and Does Not Have Children (English)
- Will Form For a Married Person Who Does Not Have Children (English)
- Will Form For a Person Who is Single, Widowed or Divorced and Who Has Children (Bilingual English/Spanish)
- Will Form For a Married Person Who Has Children (Bilingual English/Spanish)
- Will Form For a Person who is Single, Widowed, or Divorced and Does Not Have Children (Bilingual English/Spanish)
- Will Form for a Married Person Who Does not Have Children (Bilingual English/Spanish)
- Transfer on Death Deed Kit
Find More Forms
Here is a link for more state-level Rules and Forms.
Are you trying to find local forms? Here, you can View Local Rules, Forms, Standing Orders, Bail Forms, Citations/Notices and Protective Orders.
Still seeking the right solution? You may need custom legal work to finish the job. I’ll be happy to discuss your concerns and point you on the right path.
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