Remote Services

The Travis County Law Library & Self-Help Center is providing the following FREE services by phone and email:
  • Legal Information & Court Forms

    A law librarian can answer questions, email court forms and connect you with a reference attorney for help.

  • Family Law Case Review

    A family law reference attorney can review your uncontested family law case and once it’s ready help you submit it to the Court by email.

  • Criminal Record Expunction & Nondisclosure Help

    The criminal records reference attorney can help you understand how to clear your criminal record.

  • Driver’s License Help

    A driver’s license reference attorney can help you understand how to get your license reinstated or get an occupational driver’s license.

Call us at 512-854-8677 Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Chat with a Law Librarian.

Follow this link to register for FREE online research access to Lexis Advance for 30 days: https://www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/pa-access-request.page . You will receive an ID within 1 business day. This ID allows you to conduct research on cases and codes only.

If your research requires secondary materials currently part of our LexisNexis subscription for library terminals, please send an email request to Shaunté Gordon-Harvey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please include your first and last name and your email address. You will have access to the secondary materials for 3 calendar days. If you would like to extend your access, email a request for extension to Shaunté Gordon-Harvey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Download the instructions on creating a temporary Lexis Advance ID.


Visit our Research page for more online resources.

  • Civil Courthouse Closed for In-Person Hearings - The Travis County Civil and Family Courts are closed for in-person hearings. Please read the Travis County Civil and Family Courts Third Amended Emergency Order Regarding Covid-19
  • Email Submission of Uncontested Family Law Cases Allowed after Reference Attorney Review - Uncontested (agreed or default) family law cases may be submitted to the Court by email. If you are not a lawyer, you must have your family law forms reviewed by a Travis County Law Library Reference Attorney before your case can be submitted to the Court. Contact the Law Library for help.
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