Guardianship and Alternatives to Guardianship

Resources for Elder Law, Guardianship, and Legal Guardians in Dallas, Texas
Educational and Informational Purposes

The State Bar of Texas

Protecting the Incapacitated: A Guide to Guardianship ±

Texas Guardianship Association

Guardianship Basics

Help with a Guardianship'

Guardianship Alternatives

Texas Law Help

Guardianship Legal Resources

Texas Guardianship Certification

Texas Guardianship Continuing Education

Certified & Provisionally Certified Guardians

Dallas County Probate Courts

Guardianship Information

Court Visitor Program

Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services

Information about Guardianship Program

What Is Guardianship?

Guardianship Services Handbook

Texas Guide to Adult Guardianship ±

Texas Guide to Adult Guardianship (Español)±

Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities

Position Statement on Guardianship

Complete List of TCDD Position Statements

Disability Rights Texas

Community Living Resources

Dallas Metrocare

Adult Mental Health and Disability Service

Child and Adolescent Services

Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind

Rehabilitation and Community Services

Texas Veterans Legal Assistance Project

The Texas Veterans Legal Assistance Project (VLAP) is a Texas Legal Services Center statewide project to expand the availability of legal assistance to low-income Texas Veterans and their families, with a focus on outreach to the disabled Veterans who live in rural areas of the state. VLAP is a program of the Texas Legal Services Center, which also provides the Legal Hotline for Texans program providing free legal advice, self-help publications, and referrals to Texans over the age of 60 and Texans who receive Medicare.


TexasLawHelp.org is a one stop, online resource for free and low-cost civil legal assistance and legal aid for those who cannot afford legal help.  Learn about your rights, self-help resources, and legal aid. A program of the Texas Legal Services Center. Initial funding for the website was provided by Legal Services Corporation, Washington DC.

Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program

The Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program recruits, trains, and supports volunteer attorneys to provide free, civil legal help to low-income people in Dallas County, Texas. DVAP volunteers provide advice and full representation in a variety of cases, including family, housing, landlord-tenant, real property, consumer, wills, expunctions and non-disclosures, probate, and more. Dallas, Texas


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