The State Bar of Texas Free Legal Resources library is currently unavailable as we review communications in light of Boudreaux v. Louisiana State Bar Association, et al., ___ F.4th ____, 2023 WL 7489922 (5th Cir. 2023) (https://www.ca5.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/22/22-30564-CV0.pdf) . If you need legal advice, please contact our Lawyer Information Referral Service (https://www.texasbar.com/Content/NavigationMenu/ForThePublic/DoYouNeedaLawyer/LawyerReferralServiceLRIS/default.htm) at 800-252-9690.
As a part of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Young Lawyers Association (TYLA) takes its responsibility to the general public in Texas very seriously. In this section you will find pamphlets, videos, and other materials addressing timely legal topics.
PLEASE NOTE: These resources offer introductory information about legal topics, but cannot substitute for the advice of a lawyer. If you do not know a lawyer in your area, we recommend you contact the State Bar of Texas to find out about referral services in your area.
When disaster happens, making sure your loved ones are safe and protected is your number one priority. Dealing with the aftermath
often involves having to replace necessary documents. This guide is intended to be an abbreviated checklist to help you obtain
replacements of some of those necessary documents.
This guide contains a checklist and other information about what to do if a parent, sibling, child, friend, or other loved one passes away unexpectedly and/or without a will.
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If you do not see any materials regarding a legal issue of interest to you, please contact us to let us know.