The best information for you is to GET A GOOD LAWYER skilled in the
area of law that you need.
One of the greatest challenges for self-represented litigants is finding
accurate and germane information for his or her particular case, in a particular court. Too often, information found on the
internet may be applicable to California, New York, or Florida, but be totally inapplicable to Texas. Or, information that
is applicable to Texas may be for a court with totally different jurisdiction from the court in which they are filing a case.
For example, using Justice Court rules, procedures, and time lines, for a district court proceeding would get the self-represented
litigant into a fair mix up with often severe consequences.
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