If you or anyone you know needs legal help, you can find it at Tenant Legal Services of Texas.
The group offers free and confidential representation to renters, as well as other residents of Texas who may be in trouble.
The law firm has more than 100 attorneys on staff, as of last week.
Tenant lawyers are also the ones who handle cases for landlords and homeowners who want to evict or terminate tenants who are not paying rent.
In a letter to the Houston Chronicle, Tenant Lawyers of Texas said it has “never had a legal issue with any tenant.”
The law firms attorneys do not have to follow the tenant’s request for eviction.
Tenants are also not required to pay rent or any other fees for legal services.
But they may not have the legal resources to fight a landlord’s eviction or any charges.
Tenancies attorney Susan Boggs says, “There is no requirement for a tenant to be present for an eviction hearing.”
Tenant attorneys say that the law firm is one of only a few attorneys in the state that can handle tenant eviction cases.
Bogg said the law is a great solution for renters, because they don’t have to pay any fees and have the option of getting legal help at any time.
The Texas Tenant Lawyer Association is a nonprofit group that helps tenants.
Tenancy lawyers can help with eviction notices, rent arrears, rent and property tax payments, and other eviction issues, Bogg says.
The association says that if you or someone you know is in need of legal help in Houston, you may contact the Texas Tenants Lawyers of Houston at (713) 565-6151.
The Houston Chronicle reached out to the Texas law firm for comment.
The Austin-based law firm also provides tenant legal services in Texas.
TenTenants is one tenant lawyer in Austin, Texas.
We have a small staff that is dedicated to helping tenants, but we do have attorneys who have handled some of the largest cases that have come out of Houston.
Austin Tenants Lawyer is also an attorney for the city of Austin.
The firm handles eviction and rent cases, and also handles eviction evictions, according to its website.
The city has a rent increase moratorium.
The state of Texas requires landlords to pay all rents by April 1.
Tenors are not required by law to pay the full amount until April.