How do I look up court cases in Tarrant County?

How do I look up court cases in Tarrant County?

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  1. Go to the Online Case System (Click the link).
  2. Select "All CCL Courts" in the drop down menu.
  3. Click on "Court Calendar".
  4. On the next page select Search by Judicial Officer in the drop down menu.
  5. Select "Hrabal, Mike" in the drop down menu under "Judicial Officer."

How many district courts are there in Tarrant County?

23 judicial districts Tarrant County, Texas contains 23 judicial districts, two Probate Courts, one county court, and three county courts at law. The United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas has jurisdiction in Tarrant County.

Where do you file for divorce in Tarrant County Texas?

In Tarrant County, all uncontested divorces go to the district courts in downtown Fort Worth designated as a family court. The family courts in Tarrant County hear divorces, most custody issues and generally issues under the Texas Family Code. No other court in Tarrant County can grant a divorce.

How many district courts are there in Texas?

Trial: There are four federal district courts in Texas. They consist of the United States District Courts for the Northern District of Texas, the Eastern District of Texas, the Southern District of Texas, and the Western District of Texas.

How much does it cost to file divorce papers in Tarrant County?

New filings include the following costs: a $46 filing fee, a $75 constable service fee per defendant, if served in Tarrant County (please select correct precinct), and copy fees ($1 for first page, 25 cents per additional page).

How long does uncontested divorce take in Texas?

Due to the Texas mandatory 60 day waiting period, the absolute quickest that a divorce can be finalized is 61 days. Realistically, however, it will take a bit longer for most couples to be granted a divorce in Texas; typically anywhere from 6 months to a year.

Can I file for Divorce online in Tarrant County?

Online Divorce in Tarrant County You can make the process even more straightforward and inexpensive by using the help of OnlineDivorce.com for your amicable uncontested dissolution.