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CALL OR TEXT TODAY: (832) 376-7739 AND SPEAK TO A PARALEGAL TODAY!

ABOUT US

Doc Prep and Legal Research Paralegals for Texas Tenants

"Providing Expert Service Beyond Client's Expectations"


National Association of Legal Assistants Define Paralegals -

NALA also adopts the American Bar Association’s (ABA) definition of a paralegal: a person qualified by training, education, or work experience and who are employed/retained by a law office, corporation, lawyer, governmental agency, or a similar organization that performs legal work.


What We Do

Texas Tenants Benefits Services is a professional service dedicated to helping tenants fight evictions. We are trained, educated, and experienced paralegals that provide doc prep and legal research for tenants facing evictions in Justice of the Peace or whose appealing an eviction to County Court. 

Our Legal Process

After the client has hired Texas Tenants Benefits Services, we will conduct extensive legal research on all documents involved (i.e. leases, notices, and other evidence) to give us the edge in preparing the documents for filing and to present to the Judge during the eviction trial or appeal. 


We do attend court hearings on behalf of the client's, we provide doc prep and legal research to help the client represent themselves in eviction court.


Texas Property Code Sec. 24.011

Nonlawyer Representation

(a) In eviction suits in justice court for nonpayment of rent or holding over beyond a rental term, the parties may represent themselves or be represented by their authorized agents, who need not be attorneys. In any eviction suit in justice court, an authorized agent requesting or obtaining a default judgment need not be an attorney.

(b) In an appeal of an eviction suit for nonpayment of rent in a county or district court, an owner of a multifamily residential property may be represented by the owners authorized agent, who need not be an attorney, or, if the owner is a corporation or other entity, by an employee, owner, officer, or partner of the entity, who need not be an attorney.

Testimony 

"The staff of Texas Tenants Benefits was very professional and explained the process and carried out just as they said." 

Date: Sept. 3, 2020

 James W. Houston, Texas

Testimony 

"After my landlord locked me out, Mr. Baker made a phone call, and I'm not sure what he said, but the maintenance man immediately brought me a key."

Date: Nov. 8, 2020

Sean C. Houston, TX

Testimony 

"I was first very skeptical until everything was explained to me and I experienced getting the time I needed and some. Texas Tenants Benefits are the real thing!"

Date: Dec. 30, 2020

Davis J. Houston, Texas

Testimony 

"Housing Authority accused me of violating my lease agreement but after working with Texas Tenants Benefits Services my eviction was dismissed." 

Date: May 8, 2019 

Willie R. Houston, Texas

Testimony

"My landlord served me with an unlawful eviction and Texas Tenants Benefits Services gave me the help needed to keep my apartment and have the eviction case dismissed."

Date: May 28, 2019

Sara C. Houston, TX

Testimony 

"Texas Tenants Benefits Services was very professional and they explained everything to me and my eviction ended up being postponed giving me more time to move. Thank you!"

Date: May 30, 2019

Louis H. Houston, Texas

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