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It's much more complicated than you might believe.
She will first have to file an Answer and then a Motion to Dismiss. Texas itself doesn't put ot forms for their courts in general, although some local courts have their won forms and there are some forms at www.TexasLawHelp.org.
You can't just write a letter to the court, that's no allowed, but if you do some internet searches for Answer or General Denial Answer or Texas Small Claims Court Answer and then some variation of that for Motion to Dismiss you should be able to find things online. You can also go to www.legalzoom.com and they may have some forms but there is a charge.