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Williamson County Court Records

Williamson County court records are official files containing detailed information about cases handled within the county. These records typically include court orders, case filings, transcripts, evidence, pleadings, litigant information, subpoenas, and judgments. According to the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration, court records can exist in various formats, such as paper, audio, and video.

Generally, the availability of court records promotes transparency, aids in appeals, and serves as a permanent judicial reference.

Are Court Records Public in Williamson County?

Yes. Williamson County court records are public records accessible under the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA). Under this law, individuals can request court records from the custodian in Williamson County to access or make copies of case files for matters adjudicated in the county, including criminal, civil, and probate cases.

However, some records may not be accessible to the public due to being sealed, exempt, or considered confidential. Per Texas Code § 552.108, these include juvenile and adoption records, sensitive personal safety information, private data, witness details, medical/psychological records of parties, trade secrets or confidential commercial information, and records that could identify a victim of sexual assault or human trafficking.

Williamson County Court Records Search

Those seeking Williamson County court records can:

  • Search the Williamson County judicial records website
  • Visit the County or District Clerk's office in person to search for records
  • Mail requests for records to the County or District Clerk's office
  • Use third-party aggregate websites.

Williamson County Court Records Search by Name

Interested parties may conduct a Williamson County court records search by name in-person or online. To do so, searchers must know the names of the parties involved in the court case. This may be the defendant or plaintiff (in civil cases) or the defendant (in criminal cases).

In-person name-based searches are performed at the County Clerk's office (for county court files) or the District Clerk's Office (for district and JP court files). Interested parties may visit the respective offices Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

County Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626-4901.
District Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1212

Online name-based searches are performed through the Judicial Records Website. To obtain copies of case files, requesters will pay $1 per page for certified or plain paper copies and $1 per page for certified or plain electronic/digital copies up to 10 pages, then $0.10 for each additional page. Payment options include money order, cash, or credit card.

Williamson County Courts

Williamson County operates multiple courts within its judicial system, each with designated jurisdiction over specific case types. These include district courts, county courts at law, and justice of the peace courts.

District courts handle felony criminal cases, family law matters, and civil cases over $250,000. County courts at law oversee misdemeanor crimes, probate matters, and civil disputes between $500 and $250,000. Justice of the Peace courts handle minor criminal offenses like traffic violations, small claims civil cases up to $20,000, and administrative matters.

The addresses and contact information for these courts in Williamson County are as follows:

26th District Court
405 Martin Luther King
Box 2
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1226

 

277th District Court
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1277

 

368th District Court
405 M.L.K. Street
Suite 117, Box 8
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1368

 

395th District Court
405 Martin Luther King
Box 15
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1395

 

425th District Court
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-3380

 

480th District Court
405 MLK Street
Georgetown, TX 78626.

 

Court at Law One
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1200
Fax: (512) 943-1204

 

Court at Law Two
405 M.L.K. Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1410
Fax: (512) 943-1414

 

Court at Law Three
405 Martin Luther King Street
Box 16
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1160
Fax: (512) 943-1165

 

Court at Law Four
405 M.L.K. Street
Box 17
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1681

 

Court at Law Five
405 M.L.K. Street
Box 23
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-3671

 

Justice of the Peace Precinct 1
1801 E Old Settlers Boulevard
Suite 100
Round Rock, TX 78664
Phone: (512) 244-8622
Fax: (512) 244-8602
Email: JP1@wilco.org.

 

Justice of the Peace Precinct 2
350 Discovery Boulevard
Suite 204
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone: (512) 260-4210
Fax: (512) 260-4215
Email: JP2@Wilco.org.

 

Justice of the Peace Precinct 3
100 Wilco Way
Suite 204
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1501
Email: wilcojp3@wilco.org.

 

Justice of the Peace Precinct 4
211 W 6th Street
Taylor, TX 76574
Phone: (512) 352-4155 | (512) 525-8688
Fax: (512) 352-4194
Email: JP4@wilco.org.

Williamson County Court Court Case Search

The Williamson County Court Clerk is the custodian of case files for misdemeanor criminal cases, probate matters, and civil cases under $250,000 adjudicated in the county courts at law. Interested parties seeking to obtain or access these records should visit the Clerk's Office in person or submit mail requests to:

County Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626-4901

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 647
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1515

Alternatively, individuals can use the Judicial Records Website to search the docket of each County Court at Law for access to their records. For example, individuals can search the County Court at Law 3 Criminal and Civil Docket to find files for civil disputes or misdemeanor cases heard at the County Courts at Law. Searches on each county court's docket can be conducted using a party/defendant's name, attorney information, case numbers, or judicial officer information.

Williamson County District Court Records

Williamson County District Court records are the official case files and dockets maintained by the District Clerk's office for civil and criminal matters heard in the county's district courts. These include records for felony criminal cases, civil cases over $250,000, family law cases like divorces, and child custody disputes.

To obtain case files of Williamson County district courts, interested individuals should complete the Records Request Form and submit it in person or by mail to the District Clerk's office.

District Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1212

Alternatively, interested parties can use the Judicial Records Website to access the dockets of each district court in the county. Similarly, inquirers can send public information requests for district court case files to the clerk's Public Information Requests email or send email copy requests to obtain copies of a district court case file. The stated fees apply for obtaining certified or non-certified paper or digital copies of Williamson County district court records.

Williamson County Criminal Records

Under the Texas Public Information Act, the public can access criminal records, including arrest and prosecution information, from local law enforcement agencies in Williamson County upon request. Thus, individuals interested in obtaining criminal records in Williamson County should complete the Open Records Request form and submit it in person or by mail to the Williamson County Sheriff's Office:

Williamson County Sheriff's Office
508 S Rock St
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1300
Fax: (512) 943-1444

Alternatively, interested parties may use the TxDPS Crime History Name Search to find criminal records for Williamson County through name searches on the service.

Williamson County Criminal Court Case Lookup

The County Clerk maintains criminal case files for county courts, while the District Clerk maintains felony case records for district courts. To look up or obtain criminal court case records in Williamson County, in-person or mail requests should be submitted to the respective Clerk's office.

Get Williamson County Civil Court Records

Williamson County civil court records are the official case files for non-criminal matters heard within county limits. These includes contract disputes, personal injury claims, divorces, child custody, and other private party lawsuits adjudicated in county and district courts. These records include pleadings, motions, orders, judgments, evidence, transcripts, financial documents, and settlement agreements.

The District Clerk manages civil case records for Williamson County district courts, and the County Clerk manages records for civil cases in county courts. Access to these records is available online or in-person.

To access civil court records online, individuals should use the Judicial Records Website to search dockets of each district or county court by name, case number, or other criteria. For instance, the County Court at Law 5 Criminal and Civil Docket allows searches by last/first name, case number, attorney name, or judicial officer information.

Alternatively, interested parties can submit in-person or mail requests to the District Clerk or County Clerk's office to obtain these records, subject to the stated fees.

District Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1212

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 24
Georgetown, TX 78626.

 

County Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626-4901.

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 647
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1515

Williamson County Family Court Records

Williamson County family court records are official files for divorces, child custody/support, paternity, adoptions, and domestic violence cases. These records fall under the statutory definition of public records. However, case files involving juveniles and domestic violence victims are typically restricted or redacted to prevent public access.

To access family case records, individuals can submit in-person or mail requests to the District Clerk's office during business hours at the above addresses. Alternatively, they may use the Judicial Records Website to search designated family court dockets, such as the Civil, Family & Probate Case Records and the County Court at Law 2 Family Docket.

Upon looking up a family court record, a searcher can expect to find details on involved parties, filings, court orders, financial information (for divorce/child support cases), and the outcome of the family law matter.

Williamson Dissolution of Marriage Records

To find records related to the dissolution of a marriage (divorce) in Williamson County:

  • Submit requests in person, by mail, email, or phone to the Williamson County District Clerk's office
  • Use the Judicial Records Website to look up divorce records by name or case number on the Civil, Family & Probate Case Records.

Williamson County Marriage and Divorce Records

Williamson County marriage records are official documents containing information about legal unions within the county's jurisdiction. On the other hand, divorce records are official documents certifying the legal dissolution of marriages.

The Williamson County Clerk's Office maintains marriage records, while the District Clerk maintains divorce records in Williamson County.

Interested parties can request copies of Williamson County marriage and divorce records from the respective County Clerk's office (for marriage records) or District Clerk's office (for divorce records), either in person or by mail. The fee for a copy of a divorce decree is $1.00 for the first page and $0.25 for each additional page, with certified copies costing $1.00 per page, while a marriage certificate will cost $7. A valid photo ID, applicable fees, and the parties' identifying information may be required.

Alternatively, inquirers can search Williamson County marriage records online through the County Clerk's Marriage Records Search or find divorce records through the Civil, Family & Probate Case Records service. They can also obtain Williamson County marriage and divorce records from the Texas DSHS Vital Statistics Office, either online, in person, or by mail.

Williamson County Birth and Death Records

Williamson County birth records pertain to births that occur within the county. They are used to establish identity, citizenship, and eligibility for social services. Similarly, Williamson County death records certify deaths. They are typically used to facilitate the settlement of estates and the processing of claims and survivor benefits.

To obtain birth and death records in Williamson County, interested parties should make in-person or written requests to the County Clerk's office. However, per Section 181.1(21) of the Texas Administrative Code, only the record subject, immediate family, guardian, or legal representative can request certified birth or death records in the county.

County Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626-4901.

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 647
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1515

Alternatively, they can utilize the County Clerk's Birth Records Search and Death Records Search Forms to obtain Williamson County birth and death records online. Requesters will be charged $23.00 for a birth certificate and $21.00 for a death certificate.

Individuals may also obtain a Williamson County birth certificate and death record online, in person, or by mail from the Vital Statistics Office of the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Williamson County Probate Court Records

Williamson County probate court records are files of probate cases, including wills, estates, guardianships, and trusts adjudicated in the county. The County Clerk is the custodian of these records in Williamson County. Thus, interested parties may access or obtain Williamson County probate case files by visiting in person from Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, or by submitting mail requests to the County Clerk's Office.

County Clerk's Office
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626-4901.

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 647
Georgetown, TX 78627
Phone: (512) 943-1515

Alternatively, those seeking these records can access them online via the Civil, Family & Probate Case Records system.

Williamson County Property Records

Williamson County property records are official files with information on real estate and personal properties within the county. These records typically include property deeds, mortgages, liens, property maps, ownership history, property values, and assessments.

Per Texas Government Code § 192.001 and Texas Property Code § 11.001, the Williamson County Clerk is the custodian of property records in the county. The clerk's office handles and processes all requests for these records in compliance with the Texas Public Information Act (TPIA). Interested parties can access Williamson County property records online through the clerk's office self-service Official Public Records portal.

Alternatively, interested parties can obtain property records by submitting requests in person or by mail to the Williamson County Clerk's office.

Williamson County Court Records Online

Members of the public can access Williamson County court records through third-party aggregate websites like Texascourtrecords.us. These websites gather information from official sources, including courthouses, and aggregate it for easy access by interested parties. They offer convenient access to public records online and allow looking up records across jurisdictions. Users are typically required to pay a fee, which may vary by provider and may be recurring. However, the records on these sites may not be complete or up-to-date, which may necessitate verification with official sources.

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