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Official website of the State Bar of Texas. Contains information on sections and committees, client assistance and grievance, and helpful guides created by the State Bar of Texas on different subjects such as landlord-tenant issues, family law issues, and the legal system in Texas.
A project of the Texas Access to Justice Commission and the Texas Equal Access to Justice Foundation, in partnership with participating legal aid organizations. Organized by topic (such as Housing, Immigration, and Wills and Estates). Each topic contains many helpful resources. For instance, Family Law and Domestic Violence provides free forms for divorce and name change.
The Texas Workforce Commission is the state government agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Texas. Contains lots of useful information, such as how to file an employment discrimination complaint with the Texas Workforce Commission Civil Rights Division, employee rights and laws, and information about applying for unemployment benefits.