Due to the ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the Williamson County District Clerk’s office has implemented a few changes effective immediately.It is our hope and plan to remain open to continue to serve the citizens of Williamson County; however, the health of the employees and their families is certainly a priority of mine.It is my goal to eliminate as much public contact and traffic in and out of our office as possible.Therefore, I am asking each of you to comply with the following temporary guidelines:
Emergency matters requiring in-person service will require an appointment.This policy is effective until the expiration of termination of the Texas Supreme Court’s emergency order unless otherwise indicated by the district clerk’s office.
Notice: At this time Petit Jury Service in Williamson County, Texas has been cancelled until further notice.
Civil & Family Filings
In person service in the District Clerk’s office has been suspended for the duration of the emergency.Self-represented litigants (“pro se”) should file their pleadings and petitions by mail to the address below, or may do so electronically through eFile Texas:
Williamson County District Clerk
P.O. Box 24
Georgetown, Texas 78627
Self-represented litigants who require additional assistance or wish to make an appointment will need to call the district clerk’s office @ 512/943-1212.
Self-represented litigants are strongly encouraged to file pleadings electronically, which is easy to do and free to the public using the state portal at https://efile.txcourts.gov/ofsweb
Litigants filing EMERGENCY MATTERS ONLY will be permitted to file in person, will need to call 512/943-1212 to make an appointment first.The following emergency and urgent matters are included:
- Application Protective Order
- TRO/Injunctions Petition – (TRO Bond)
- Deb/Sequestration Petition (Sequestration Bond)
- Garnishment Post/After Judgment Petition (Garnishment Bond
- Supersedeas Bond
- Judicial Bypass
For civil process (citations), current documents scheduled for pickup have been mailed to the person who requested the process.All future issuance will be mailed or emailed only.For questions regarding citation issuance or for special urgent handling please contact the district clerk’s office @ 512/943-1212.
Civil Relating to Criminal Matters
For general inquiries regarding expunction files including verification of service, attorneys will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org.Your email must include the cause number and the full name of the applicant.
ALL inquiries regarding appeals should be directed to email@example.com or call 512/943-1212.
Defendants who are required to make payment arrangements to satisfy a judgment on a conviction should contact the district clerk’s office @ 512/943-1212 during normal business hours.
The district clerk’s records/research section is closed to the public. Record request for NON-CERTIFIED COPIES will be handled electronically. You may submit your request through firstname.lastname@example.org. and your copies will transmitted to you via email.
If you are requesting CERTIFIED COPIES you may submit your request through email@example.com. A clerk will reply with the costs of the requested copies and may be paid by credit card. CERTIFIED COPIES CANNOT BE EMAILED. Cost for certified copies are $1 per page. Payment will need to be made before copies are processed and mailed via US Postal Service.
All Fillings in Sealed Cases
All filings in sealed cases should be mailed to the district clerk’s office.
The District Clerk’s staff continues to process eFile, mail and answering phones during normal business hours.
With the above said, I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we all need to work together and do our part to keep ourselves and our community healthy.Thank you for your understanding during this time.
WE ARE STILL HERE WORKING FOR YOU!
Hon. Lisa David
Williamson County District Clerk