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Parker County Court Records

Parker County court records are documents relating to the legal prosecution of civil and criminal cases within the county. Such records are generated during adjudications of civil and criminal cases by the courts. Typically, Texas court records encompass information on:

  • Civil
  • Criminal
  • Family Law
  • Probate
  • Juvenile
  • Appellate Court, and
  • Traffic Ordinance Violations cases.

Court records information includes:

  • Case details
  • Legal documents such as complaints, Petitions, motions, answers, affidavits, and subpoenas
  • Docket Entries
  • Evidence and Exhibits
  • Court Hearings
  • Financial Information
  • Case Status
  • Judgments and Orders.

Parker County court records are a valuable research resource for attorneys preparing for case defense or prosecution. In addition, they are evidence of a fair and equitable judgment within the Parker County legal system.

Are Court Records Public in Parker County?

Yes, Parker County court records are public. The Texas Public Information Act states that the public is entitled to information and documents produced, assembled, or maintained under a law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business.

However, there are restrictions to accessing certain Parker County public records. Under the Texas Public Information Act, the following Parker County court records are exempt from public disclosure:

  • Attorney-client privilege information
  • Information protected under state or federal laws
  • Trade Secrets and Proprietary Information
  • Sealed and Expunged records such as:
    • Juvenile records
    • Records of an ongoing investigation
    • Mental Health Records
  • Confidential information. For example, Social Security Number, financial account numbers, and driver's license number
  • Adoption and Guardianship records
  • Attorney Work Product Records.

Parker County Court Records Search

A general search for Parker County court records can be online or offline. There are several options for online records search. A Parker County court records seeker can perform a general search through any of the following options:

  • The record custodian agency's website
  • Third-party websites
  • Legal Research Services online databases.

Then again, a general search for Parker County court records is possible by mail or email to the records repository and by an in-person visit to the record custodian.

Parker County Court Records Search by Name

A name-based search for Parker County court records involves using names as a criterion when performing a records search. To perform a name-based search for Parker Court records online, log in to the records repository, select name as the criterion from the available options, and input the name of the owner of the records to perform a search. Also, requesters must provide the name of the records owner when requesting records by mail, email, or an in-person visit.

Note: Irrespective of the method of accessing Parker County court records, the Texas Public Information Act mandates that custodian agencies charge reasonable fees to offset the costs of processing records. Also, a Parker County name-based court records search online may require sign-up registration fees (especially with third-party websites).

Parker County Courts

The Parker County judicial system comprises the District Court, the Constitutional County Courts, the County Courts at Law, the Justice Courts, and the Municipal Courts. Parker County courts have varying jurisdictions over civil and criminal cases. The list below outlines the different courts within Parker County's court structure and their courthouse addresses.

Parker County District Courts

Parker County 43rd District Court
117 Fort Worth Highway
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 594-7343
Fax: (817) 598-6108

 

Parker County 415th District Court
117 Fort Worth Highway
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-6162
Fax: (817) 598-6161

Constitutional Court in Parker County

Parker County
Constitutional Court
1112 Santa Fe Dr
Weatherford,
TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-6018 (Probate Records Clerk - filing, court records)
Phone: (817) 598-6151
(Probate Auditor - docket settings)

County Courts at Law in Parker County

Parker County Court at Law 1
1112 Santa Fe Drive
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-6179

 

Parker County Court at Law 2
1 Courthouse Square
County Courthouse, 2nd Floor
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-6195
Fax: (817) 598-6164

Justice Courts in Parker County

Parker County Justice of Peace Precinct 1
1020 E. Highway 199
Courthouse N.E. Annex
Springtown,
TX 76082
Phone: (817) 220-5857, (682) 229-2110 (General Information & Tickets), (682) 229-2106 (Collections), (682) 229-2107 (Civil & Administration)
Fax: (817) 220-2000

 

Parker County Justice of Peace Precinct 2
Justice Court Building
207 Fort Worth Highway
Weatherford,
TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-0496
Fax: (817) 598-0476

 

Parker County Justice of Peace Precinct 3
Weatherford Courthouse Annex, 1112 Santa Fe Dr., Weatherford,
Texas 76086

 

Parker County Justice of Peace Precinct 4
16600 Old Weatherford Road
Aledo, TX 76008
Phone: (682) 229-2224
Fax: (682) 804-8915

 

Parker County Municipal Courts
Aledo Municipal Court
Aledo City Hall
200 Old Annetta Rd, P.O. Box 1
Aledo, TX 76008
Phone: (817) 441-7016

 

Hudson Oaks Municipal Court
City Hall
210 Hudson Oaks Dr
Hudson Oaks, TX 76087
Phone: (682) 229-2461

 

Reno Municipal Court
195 W Reno Rd
Azle, TX 76020
Phone: (817) 221-2500

 

Springtown Municipal Court
102 East Second Street Springtown, Texas 76082 P.O. Box 444, Springtown,
Texas 76082
Phone: (817) 220-4834
Email: info@cityofspringtown.com
Fax: (817) 523-3179

 

Weatherford Municipal Court
303 Palo Pinto Street
Weatherford, TX 76086
P.O. Box 255
Weatherford, TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-4120
Fax: (817) 598-4356
Email: courtadmin@weatherfordtx.gov

 

Willow Park Municipal Court
Municipal Court
101 W Stagecoach Trail
Willow Park, TX 76087
United States
Phone: (817) 441-7107

Parker County District Court Records

The Parker County court structure is a miniature version of the Texas legal system whereby the district court has general jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases. In Parker County, the district court handles cases beyond the jurisdictions of the Constitutional County Courts, the County Courts of Law, the Justice Courts, and the Municipal Courts. These include:

  • Civil cases where the amount in controversy is $200 or more
  • Civil Commitment cases
  • Divorce cases
  • Election Disputes
  • Family Law cases
  • Felony Criminal cases
  • Juvenile cases
  • Probate cases
  • Cases beyond the jurisdictions of the other county courts.

Parker County district court records are available online through the County's official website. Login to the Parker County Judicial Records Search page and navigate to the Parker County Judicial Records Search link to access the Smart Search or the Search Hearings portals, where you can search records by name, case number, and date.

Also, requesters can make Parker County district court records requests by mail request or an in-person visit to the Parker County District Clerk's office at:

1112 Santa Fe Drive
Weatherford,
TX 76086
Phone: (817) 598-6163
Fax: (817) 594-9540
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Parker County Criminal Records

Parker County criminal records are official documents outlining the crime history of individuals within Parker County, Texas.

Typically, criminal records include arrest records, charging documents, court filings, case dockets, appellate records, court decisions, and sentencing. Parker County criminal records are public. However, certain criminal records or information may be exempt from public disclosure. For instance, there are restrictions on juvenile records, and certain criminal records information may be subject to restrictions by federal or state laws.

The District Clerk's Office and law enforcement agencies maintain criminal records in Parker County. Parker County arrest records are available through the Parker County Sheriff's Office or municipal police departments. To access Parker arrest records, log in to the Parker County Sheriff's Office Inmate Records Check portal and search for records by name, booking date, booking number, and other available criteria. For jail records and jail bonds, visit the Parker County Odyssey Public Access Jail Records page.

Also, requesters can seek assistance accessing Parker County arrest records by sending an email to pcsoadmin@parkercounytx.com, calling (817) 594-8845 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or faxing (817) 594-7809.

Parker County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The County Clerk's Office is the repository for post-trial or post-adjudication criminal records in Parker County Requesters can access Parker County criminal records through the Parker County Tylertech records search portal. To access Parker's criminal records that made it to adjudications, visit the Parker County official website or log in to the Parker County Clerk Office website and access the Parker County Judicial Court Records Search page.

Get Parker County Civil Court Records

Parker County civil court records are documents generated by the Parker County District Court during civil litigations. Civil court records encompass documents on cases involving but are not limited to:

  • Contract Disputes
  • Consumer Right Claims
  • Debt Collection
  • Divorce Proceedings
  • Land Disputes
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Probate and Estate Matters
  • Product Liability Suits.

The District Clerk's Office in Parker County is responsible for civil court records. Parker County civil court records are accessible through the Parker County Judicial Branch “Records Search” portal and, in some cases, the Tyler Tech Documents Search portal.

Note: To access Parker County civil court records, requesters may need to show identification and pay all applicable fees.

Parker County Family Court Records

Parker County family law records are documents generated during the adjudication of family law cases within the Parker County legal system. Parker County family law records include but are not limited to documents from the prosecution of:

  • Adoption
  • Divorce and Annulments
  • Child Custody, Visitation, and Support
  • Domestic Violence and Protective Orders
  • Name Change, and
  • Paternity cases.

In Parker County, the Family Law Division of the Parker County District Court handles family law cases. Due to the sensitive nature of some family law cases, certain Parker County family law records are susceptible to confidentiality laws, and requesters may need authorization or show proof of tangible interest to access them. To obtain Parker County's family law records:

  • Login to the Parker County Judicial and navigate to the Records Search page
  • Visit the Parker County Clerk's Office in person and request access to family court records.
  • Send a written request to the Parker County Clerk's Office (this should include the records case number and money order or check payment to cover access fees)

Contact the Parker County Clerk's Office for an update on the cost of accessing Parker County civil court records. Parker County family law records serve as historical documentation of legal events in the County's history. Family Court records also ensure fair and just judgments for parties involved in family law litigations.

Parker Dissolution of Marriage Records

Parker County dissolution of marriage records are official documents relating to the termination of marriages within Parker County, Texas. Dissolution of marriage records documents includes:

  • Petition for dissolution of marriage
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Child Custody Orders (if applicable)
  • Child Support Orders (if applicable)
  • Property Division Orders
  • Spousal Support Orders
  • Final Decree of Divorce.

Parker County dissolution of marriage records are available through the Parker County District Clerk's Office. To access Parker County dissolution of marriage records:

  • Visit the Parker County official website.
  • Click the drop menu and select Court.
  • From the resulting menu, click District Clerk and select Court Records to access the Parker County Public Records Search webpage.
  • Click the Smart Search or Search Hearings link (the choice depends on the type of court records).

Also, requesters can visit the Parker County District Clerk's Office in person at:

117 Fort Worth Highway
Weatherford, TX 76086.

Parker County Marriage and Divorce Records

Parker County marriage and divorce records are official documents that indicate an individual's marital status. Marriage records relate to the legal union of a couple, and divorce records relate to the termination of marriages. Parker County marriage and divorce records are public. However, certain information may be restricted to protect the privacy of record owners.

In Parker County, maintaining marriage and divorce records is the responsibility of the Parker County Clerk's Office and the District Clerk's Office. To access a Parker County marriage certificate or divorce records:

  • Visit the Parker County Clerk's website and navigate to the Vital Records Request webpage.
  • To request a certified copy of the Parker County marriage certificate, click the I am Requesting a Certified Marriage Certificate link.
  • Indicate the owner of the certificate from the menu
  • Provide the specific information to access the required records search portal.

To access Parker County divorce records, log in to the Parker County Judicial Search page and perform a divorce records search using the names of the record owners. For marriage records and divorce records that are not available online, interested individuals should visit the Parker County Clerk's Office or the District Clerk's Office in person and request access to the required records.

Parker County Birth and Death Records

Birth and death records document life-changing events and are part of Parker County Vital Records. Parker County birth records document the birth of individuals within Parker County, while death records are documents relating to the deceased within Parker County.

Per Texas laws, birth and death records are confidential documents and accessible to the owners (birth records), their relatives, through court orders, or by person with authorization. However, Parker County birth records become public 75 years from the date of the owner's birth. The public can access Parker County death records 25 years after the date of the owner's death.

Parker County’s birth and death records are essential for accessing social security benefits and for administrative purposes. In addition, they are a valuable resource for historians, genealogists, and individuals researching family history.

To access Parker County birth and death records:

  • Login to the Parker County Vital Records Request page
  • Depending on the required records, click the “I am requesting a certified birth certificate” or “I am requesting a certified death certificate” link to access the online birth certificate or death certificate portal.
  • Select the required options from the menu.

Also, Parker County birth and death records are accessible through the Tyler host Parker County Public Records Search portal.

Note: A certified copy of Parker County's birth certificate costs $23.00, and each additional copy costs $23.00. A copy of death records costs $20.00, and each additional copy costs $4.00. Also, requesters must meet the eligibility requirements to access Parker County birth and death records.

Parker County Probate Court Records

Parker County probate court records are official documents relating to the administration of estates, wills, guardianship, trusts, and mental competency proceedings within Parker County courts. Parker County probate court records documents include:

  • Guardianship Records
  • Inventory of Estate Assets
  • Last Will
  • Petition for Probate
  • Letters of Administration
  • Trust Documents
  • Probate Orders and Judgments.

The Parker County District Clerk’s Office maintains Parker County probate court records. To obtain Parker County probate court records:

  • Visit the Parker County Tylertech search page
  • Click the “Smart Search link to access the records search portal
  • Search for records by name or record number.

Also, interested persons can visit the Parker County District Clerk's Office in person to inquire about Parker County probate court records.

Parker County Property Records

Parker County property records are official documents and information relating to real estate within Parker County, Tex. Property records documents and information include:

  • Deeds
  • Easements and Restrictions
  • Liens and Encumbrances
  • Mortgage Documents
  • Plat Maps
  • Zoning Information
  • Parcel Number
  • Property Tax Records
  • Sales History
  • Property Assessment Records.

In Parker County, maintaining property records is the responsibility of the Parker County Appraisal District (PCAD), and the Parker County Clerk's Office.

To access Parker County property records, visit the PCAD website and use the search tools on the homepage to search for property records by name, address, legal description, geographic ID, property ID, or map/GIS.

Also, Parker County property records are accessible through Parker County's Tyler Host “Official Records Search” portal. In addition, Parker County property records requesters can contact the Parker County Appraisal District office through phone calls, email, fax, or mail at:

Parker County Appraisal District

1108 Santa Fe Dr
Weatherford, Texas 76086
Phone: (817) 596-0077
Fax: (817) 613-8092
Email: PARKERCAD@PARKERCAD.ORG.

Parker County Court Records Online

Third-party online resources like Texascourtrecords.us can be valuable tools for accessing Parker County court records. Operating independently of any government agency, such online resources offer the ease and convenience of accessing records from different locations at any time. Furthermore, using third-party online resources to access Parker County court records saves costs and time for in-person visits to the record custodian agencies.

However, while using third-party online resources for Parker court records search, it is imperative to understand the limitations. For instance, using third-party websites to source for records may lead to user data breaches. In addition, documents sourced from third-party sites may contain errors.

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