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Advocacy for Victims of Crime and Education (AVOICE)
Phone: 844-303-7233
Link: Advocacy for Victims of Crime and Education (AVOICE) Website
This is a statewide project that provides free direct legal representation and referrals to victims of violent crime and provides education about crime victim's rights. If you are a victim of, or feel you may be at risk of, domestic violence, sexual abuse or assault, stalking, cyber-stalking, or any other form of violent crime, we can offer you legal advice, safety planning, pro se (self-representation) assistance, and legal representation. We also assist victims with applying for crime victim compensation claims. Client applications are reviewed based on financial eligibility and other requirements.
Consumer's Tool Kit for Advanced Care Planning
Link: American Bar Association Website
Good advanced planning for health care decisions is, in reality, a continuing conversation: about values, priorities, the meaning of one's life, and quality of life. To help you in the process, this tool kit contains a variety of self-help worksheets, suggestions, and resources.
Family Helpline
Phone: 844-888-6565
The Family Helpline for Strong Families and Safe Children answers parents and caregivers questions about Child Protective Services (CPS) issues. We can walk you through the CPS process and refer you to local resources that benefit children, families, and the community at large.
Link: FindLaw Website
At FindLaw, we're making the law more accessible to people who need it each day and connecting them to legal professionals who can help. FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business, is the world's leading provider of Internet marketing solutions for law firms and online legal information for consumers and small businesses. For more than 18 years, FindLaw has provided consumers with the legal information they seek, helped law firms efficiently grow their practices, and helped the legal system perform better overall. The FindLaw website has sections on better understanding the law, finding a lawyer, a FindLaw Answers forum where people can ask individual questions, and on finding legal forms.
Galveston County Legal Library
600 59th
Suite 1600
Galveston, TX 77551
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Phone: 409-765-2601
Link: Galveston County Legal Library Website
Located at the Galveston County Justice Center, open from 8 am to 4:30 pm except on county holidays.
Legal forms at the Texas City Library
Link: Online Law Databases
The library offers, through the TexShare program, access to thousands of Texas Legal Forms from the Cengage Gale Legal Forms database. In addition to being able to search for legal forms in several ways, this website also provides general information on a variety of topics and definitions of legal terms.
Lone Star Legal Aid
2200 Market Street
Suite 301
Galveston, TX 77550
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Phone: 409-763-0381
Fax: 409-762-5739
Link: Lone Star Legal Aid Website
Open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm, Lone Star Legal Aid is a non-profit organization that provides legal services to low-income families and individuals. Their mission is to protect and advance the civil legal rights of the millions of Texans living in poverty by providing free advocacy, legal representation, and community education that ensures equal access to justice. You can apply for their assistance over the phone or in person, but you must meet their financial and legal status eligibility requirements. A list of the types of cases that they assist with can be found on the website, along with their requirements.
Toll-Free Phone: 800-551-3712
State Bar of Texas
Link: State Bar of Texas Website
The State Bar of Texas website can be used by both law professionals and the public. You can find resources for the public under the For the Public heading. You can report problems with your attorney, decide whether you need an attorney in your situation, find legal information pamphlets on specific needs (responding to a subpoena, guide to immigration, Client-Attorney Privilege, and more), find disaster relief resources, and find information on becoming a lawyer (law schools, professional duties, etc).
Texas Administrative Code
Link: Texas Administrative Codes
This website contains the Administrative Code for the state of Texas. There is also a link (at the bottom of the page) for the Texas Register, which ""serves as the journal of state agency rulemaking for Texas."" You can read current and past issues of the Register, which are available online in both PDF and HTML formats.
Texas Advanced Directives Documents
Link: Texas Health and Human Services Website
The Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services website offers pdfs of Advanced Directive documents that can be printed out and filled out.
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