When an Eviction Case Has Been Filed Against You
TEXAS EVICTION DIVERSION PROGRAM
A program that is expanding statewide to assist tenants and landlords by paying up to fifteen months of back and future rent. Information on this program is available here.
A federal law called the CARES Act may require your landlord to give you 30 days' notice before evicting you for nonpayment of rent. Click below for information:
CARES Act protection for renters.
CARES Act protection for homebuyers. En Espanol.
CARES Act map. En Espanol.
- Information Packet – Click here for information on how to proceed if an eviction has been filed against you. Does not contain information related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the CDC eviction moratorium or the Texas Eviction Diversion Program.
- Motion to Set Aside Default Judgment - Use this form if a judgment was issued against you while you weren’t present to request the court to hear the case over.
- Appeal Bond - Use this form if you wish to appeal your case to a higher court after your trial.
- Statement of Inability - Fill out this form if you are unable to afford court fees or an appeal bond.