See this page on the Texas Attorney General's web site which states how fraudulent liens can be removed. https://www.oag.state.tx.us/alerts/alerts_view.php?id=114&type=3 I have included a link below to the forms given in the Texas Government Code for removing a lien. Although you can represent yourself, you would be well advised to retain an attorney to help you. There are civil and criminal penalties for filing a fraudulent lien. "(a) A person may not make, present, or use a document or other record with:
(1) knowledge that the document or other record is a fraudulent court record or a fraudulent lien or claim against real or personal property or an interest in real or personal property;
(2) intent that the document or other record be given the same legal effect as a court record or document of a court created by or established under the constitution or laws of this state or the United States or another entity listed in Section 37.01, Penal Code, evidencing a valid lien or claim against real or personal property or an interest in real or personal property; and
(3) intent to cause another person to suffer:
(A) physical injury;
(B) financial injury; or
(C) mental anguish or emotional distress. Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ann. § 12.002 (West)
(b) A person who violates Subsection (a) or (a-1) is liable to each injured person for:
(1) the greater of:
(A) $10,000; or
(B) the actual damages caused by the violation;
(2) court costs;
(3) reasonable attorney's fees; and
(4) exemplary damages in an amount determined by the court. Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ann. § 12.002 (West). If you bring an action under V.T.C.A., Civil Practice & Remedies Code § 12.002 and prevail, you might have a source of funds to pay your attorneys' fees.
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