Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns at ( 214) 823-2733. Scroll down to see COVID-19 eviction protections.
8035 E R L Thornton Fwy., Suite 535 , Dallas, TX 75228. We are working remotely until further notice.
Here are fact sheets and declarations in other languages, via the National Low Income Housing Coalition, National Housing Law Project, and Alliance for Housing Justice.
Do NOT sign unless each statement is true. As always, keep a copy for your own records and have proof it is received.
Rent is still due. To find rent assistance, call 211 and check for programs at
Texas Eviction Diversion Program – The Supreme Court of Texas established the Texas Eviction Diversion Program (TEDP) through the Twenty-Seventh Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster. TEDP may provide up to six months of rental assistance for eligible tenants who are behind on their rent due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have been sued for eviction. The program is operating in 19 counties now, and is scheduled to become effective in all counties on November 9.
Texas Supreme Court — Courts may not hold jury trials until December 1, with some exceptions. Courts are also allowed to suspend deadlines and procedures until December 1, 2020.
Austin and Dallas have passed 60-day grace period ordinances to give tenants more time to pay rent. City and
County of El Paso – rents are capped at the rent level charged on March 13, 2020 until the state of disaster ends. City of San Marcos – gives tenants a
90-day grace period to pay rent.
CARES Act properties – evictions are suspended until July 25 and then landlord must give a 30-day notice. In addition, landlords can’t charge late fees from 3/27/20 to 7/24/20. You can check to see if your home is covered by the CARES Act at this link: https://t.co/5TBBi5372g?amp=1
Travis County – Nonpayment eviction cases will not be heard until after December 31, 2020 if the tenant’s rent is $2,475.00 a month or less. Find legal help and additional information on our links page at
US News and World Report spoke with the Texas Tenants’ Union for this article.