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Texas Resources for Small Claims Court Including Debt Claim Forms

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This was given to me by a Justice of the Peace. 2009 updated information. 

Texas State  Texas Justice Court Training Center  Self-Represented Litigants https://www.tjctc.org/SRL  

Self-Help Legal Information Packet: When a Debt Claim Case Has Been Filed Against You.    https://www.tjctc.org/SRL/debt-claim.html

Information Packet – Click here for information on how to proceed if you have been sued in a debt claim case.

Debt Claim Forms

  • Answer Form - Use this form to respond to the lawsuit.
  • Subpoena Request - This form is to request the court to order a witness to come to court for your case.
  • Motion to Transfer - Use this form to request the court to move the case to a different location.
  • Motion for New Trial - Use this form if you want to request a new trial because justice was not done in your first trial.
  • Motion to Set Aside Default Judgment - Use this form if a judgment was issued against you while you weren’t present to request the court to hear the case over.
  • Appeal Bond - Use this form if you wish to appeal your case to a higher court after your trial.
  • Statement of Inability - Fill out this form if you are unable to afford court fees or an appeal bond.



Texas Self-Help Legal Information Packet When a Debt Claim Has Been Filed Against You.pdf

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