You can try legal aid in your state (Google -'TX Legal Aid)' or contact any of the Texas lawschools near you and see if they will help you with your case.
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Look around for pro bono services, Texas has legal-aid options as well as reduced cost services such as City Square. However, lots of the legal aid and reduced cost services have strict qualification guidelines for their services. Also consider looking for an attorney that can work with you on a payment plan. Lots of attorneys will take a case with a down payment and a payment schedule.
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You probably will qualify for 'pro bono' services (free legal services) since you are on disability. If your ex was ordered to pay for dental bills, an attorney can file an Enforcement of that court order. Check with you county bar association to find out about the pro bono services in your county. Be sure to tell the attorney about the court order regarding the payments for the dental bills. Good luck.
I recommend that you consult with an attorney in your area regarding this matter.
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