The were no answer forms included in the notice. Where do I get the template to respond?
Look on www.texaslawhelp.org
It's a free website with lots of information.
There are probably some pro bono (free) attorneys in Austin. I'd look on the State Bar of Texas website for organizations that help people with little or no money.
Fran Brochstein has been a licensed Texas attorney over 24 years & has an active mediation practice. She also accepts a limited number of uncontested family law cases in Harris County at a flat-rate price. If you found this answer "helpful" or "best answer", please select the button to show your appreciation. Please understand that Fran's reply to your question in no way creates an attorney-client relationship. You are strongly encouraged to consult with an attorney in your county in person about your specific legal problem.
Here are a few links: (Divorce with children): http://texaslawhelp.org/files/685E99A9-A3EB-6584-CA74-137E0474AE2C/attachments/F3907961-F61D-454E-ACFA-A70C1B20661F/div_w_kids_answer_final.pdf
(Divorce without children) http://texaslawhelp.org/files/685E99A9-A3EB-6584-CA74-137E0474AE2C/attachments/83B07ED6-A299-4B28-A566-42416030A069/div_no_kids_answer_final.pdf
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