A compilation of community services available to families to facilitate shared parenting after separation or divorce from the Texas Attorney General’s office.
Provides legal aid to low-income and immigrant families as well as those who are victims of crime, domestic violence and human trafficking. Additionally, free site based legal clinics called “Ask-A-Lawyer” are available to anyone seeking information about any legal issue.
Participants are offered legal information, and if necessary, referrals to legal aid or to other attorneys who will work on a sliding scale or a payment plan. Non-immigration consultations are by appointment only. Immigration consultations are available on a walk-in basis Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Please contact Evelyn Huron, program director, for additional information at 210-433-3256.
The Child Support Division of the Office of the Attorney General is on a mission to make sure every child receives the support they need and deserve.
Lawyer Referral Services: (210) 227-1853
Alamo Service Connection (210) 477-3275 Legal Assistance Free legal assistance for limited income, for seniors over age 60. Can assist with a simple will, power of attorney or a medical directive.
(210) 271-9595 322 W. Woodlawn SAT 78212 Provides legal services for working poor and elderly people who are ineligible for legal aid.
HUD Certified housing counselors are trained to resolve disputes between residential tenants and landlords. Counselors are available to provide clarification regarding the legal rights and obligations of tenants and landlords as governed by chapters 91, 92 and 94 of the Texas Property Code.
Counselors can discuss concerns involving evictions, repairs, security deposits, utilities billing and termination, code violations, lease disputes, occupancy standards and other related issues. Counselors are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice.
Telephone counseling is available free of charge.
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