What's the Pauper's Oath in a Texas
divorce? Well, a divorce - or any other court action - is actually
divided into two parts, in terms of expenses. One is what you
pay either to a lawyer or for forms to do it yourself. The other
expense is what you have to pay the court to file your case -
your court costs. And the fact is that the court costs in Texas
have sky-rocketed over the last 20 years.
So, if you simply can't afford the
court costs and you can prove it, you can file a Pauper's Oath.
The court will then waive the costs.
We actually have free forms for the
Pauper's Oath that you can download at our website. But while
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$15.00. Complete forms and instructions for non-contested Texas
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