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The information provided on this website is a public service. Sometimes the laws change. We cannot promise that this information is always up-to-date and correct. We do not intend this information to be legal advice. By providing this information, we are not acting as your lawyer. If you need legal advice, you may contact a representative at a UNT Dallas College of Law Community Lawyering Center (see two legal clinic locations below).

Community Lawyering Center-Frazier
4716 Elsie Faye Higgins Street
Dallas, Texas 75210
469-351-0024 or 469-351-0025

Community Lawyering Center-Downtown at CityWalk
511 North Akard Dallas, Texas 75201

Or, you may contact a lawyer through your local legal aid organization or the State Bar of Texas by calling their lawyer referral hotline at (800) 252-9690.  Always talk to a competent lawyer, if you can, before taking legal action.

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