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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The Travis County Law Library & Self-Help Center is providing access to the following FREE online research tools:

  • Lexis Advance Virtual Access through October 31st, 2020
    • Follow this link to register for FREE online research access to Lexis Advance for 30 days or until October 31st, 2020 (whichever is shorter): https://www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/pa-access.page.
    • You will receive an ID within 1 business day.
    • This ID allows you to conduct research on the cases, codes, and secondary resources needed for your legal work and personal legal research.
    • 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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