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CIVIL and FAMILY CASES

Once a case is filed with the district clerk, all civil and family law matters are then assigned to a particular district court on a rotational basis.  A letter (A, B, or C) is used at the end of the cause number which indicates which Court was assigned to that civil matter. 

A= 36th Judicial District Court

B= 156th Judicial District Court

C= 343rd Judicial District Court

The 36th, 156th and 343rd District Courts have established the following standing orders and procedures.  You may click below to view and print a copy of these orders and procedures;

Standing Orders Regarding Children, Property and Conduct of the Parties A copy of this standing order is required to be attached to every Divorce and Suit Affecting the Parent Child Relationship. 

Adoption Procedures

Pro Se Divorce Procedures

Order Regarding Persons Seeking Conservatorship in Family Law Cases

(Parenting Certificate is ordered to be on file prior to having a hearing date set)

Each District Clerk has a copy of the Orders listed above for review in their offices.

If you are requesting a setting on a Civil or Family Case, please contact the Court Administrator of the Court to whom the case was assigned.  You may call, fax, mail or email that request.  Please see the Attorney and Pro Se tab for further instructions.

2019 Ad Litem for CPS Re-certification Forms are due to the Judge's office in Sinton by December 20, 2019. This link will allow you to download the forms for Re-certification

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