To answer your question specifically, you can draft a "petition," setting out the relevant facts and the legal theories on which you are suing and file it with the clerk of the court where you want to prosecute your lawsuit. You would have to pay the clerk a filing fee and an additional fee for the issuance and service of a citation, which will then be served, together with your petition, on the defendant by either a deputy constable of Tarrant County or a private process server. The specific details of how to accomplish all of this are, as you might suppose, impossible to convey in this forum.
Having said all of the above, you should not file a lawsuit representing yourself. You don't know how to do it, so you will do it incorrectly and almost certainly lose your lawsuit. Instead, you should consult a lawyer who is educated and experienced in the law and lawsuits. He or she will know what needs to be done to help you and how to do it.
I suggest that you consult an Arlington or Fort Worth lawyer who is certified in "Real Estate - Residential" law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A link to the Board's website appears below.
You could sue her in small claims court for violating TX applicable statute.
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You should consult with a trial/civil attorney in your area as soon as possible. Most, if not all, give free initial consultations. The lawyer will consult with you in depth about your issue and see if you have a case. Good luck to you.
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