I am searching for instructions for filing A Bill Of Review for a Texas Family Law Court case. I can't seem to figure out what other documents I should prepare to accompany the actual Bill Of Review. Also, is a Bill Of Review sufficient in and of itself to undo an unjust ruling or do I need to file other Motions along with it?
1 Answer from Attorneys
The equitable bill of review is complicated enough that most judges don't really understand it.
You simply can't do this yourself. You need a lawyer.
Here's an online article that will give you an idea of how tricky it is:
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