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Quiet orders list ? Supreme Court Advisory Committee tackles divorce forms for unrepresented litigants [Apr. 13, 2012]

By Don Cruse


The Texas Supreme Court issued a quiet orders list this morning, with no opinions and no new cases chosen for argument.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court Advisory Committee is tackling the controversial question whether to provide court-approved forms for litigants who represent themselves in divorce cases. Angela Morris of Texas Lawyer has been live-tweeting the meeting. It’s the rare rules issue that draws in the general public:

Added: Jason Wilson has gathered today’s stream of tweets about the meeting onto a Storify page. He has added some commentary, too. The title is “The Death of Common Sense”.

There’s other press coverage (and links to some background articles) at the Texas Tribune.

Full post as published by Supreme Court of Texas Blog on April 13, 2012 (boomark / email).

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