Our mission is to provide precise information to
everyone (general public) regarding rights and
responsibilities under Texas Family Law. FLIC is
especially interested in those cases involving children.
FLIC will aid persons in making informed and correct
Better information will provide greater access to
justice by helping persons make informed choices,
whether represented by counsel or self-represented (Pro
se). FLIC will not be limited to litigants. The purpose
is to educate members of the public about family law,
the most common form of law in most person's lives.
What does FLIC have to offer?
1. FLIC can provide information in response to direct inquiries.
2. Produces informational publications and videos.
3. Live presentations will be available throughout the community in conjunction with social service agencies,
civic groups, schools, the community college and the
4. FLIC offers informational classes under the
supervision of experienced family law attorneys.
5. Pro se assistance.
6. Informational publications/videos/live presentations will be available in both English and Spanish.
7. FLIC does NOT give legal advice.
How was FLIC created?
FLIC was created as a pilot program. This program is
made possible through a grant from the Texas Bar
Where is FLIC located?
FLIC is housed within the Domestic Relations Office,
suite LL-108 of the El Paso County Courthouse.
If you are interested in benefiting from any of the
programs that FLIC offers, please contact Aleyda
Serrato, at (915) 834-8203, fax: (915) 834-8299 or the
DRO mainline: (915) 834-8200.