I would contact both the Attorney General for the State of Texas and get in line for them to file for child support and also seek the local legal services agency to see if they will help you file for divorce. They may not due to a lack of funding or because it is not a domestic violence case (or at least you did not state that it was one). Both of these agencies are great resources but you will need to be patient and it may take awhile because you are not alone in wanting their services. However, the price is right (they are free!). One other possibility is using the local law library, and perhaps a local law clinic or legal line to see if you can do the case yourself. It is not easy and it may take awhile to learn how to do it but if you don't give up eventually you may be able to get it done. Also, if you search around sometimes churches or bar associations sponsor clinics on how to do a simple divorce. I hope this information helps.
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