Public Access to Court Decisions and Dockets in Tarrant County, Texas

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Here comes another interesting fact about the counties of Texas. Travis County was supposedly the capital county with the most number of courthouse branches. Then again, there is another county that broke this record. Tarrant County has a total of 75 court branches. This is because the county is one of the most populated counties in the entire United States of America. Its county seat, Fort Worth, is even a part of a nonprofit citizen diplomacy network.

Tarrant County has a lot of court branches so that it can accommodate court files according to the number of court decisions processed on a regular basis. Imagine the number of people residing in this county. How will you be able to protect yourself against double-crossers? Business would be difficult if there are only a few courthouses.

Another problem is when you are looking at the long list of the county courthouse directory. It would be difficult to look through every address and contact number. You have to talk to the county officials to solve this problem.

Tarrant County has two officials to assist you. The county clerk can be reached in Room 130, W Weatherford in Fort Worth. You can phone his office at 817-884-1070. You can also send a fax message to 817-884-3295. The district clerk can be reached at 401 W Belknap in Fort Worth. You can reach his office by calling 817-884-1574, faxing to 817-884-1484, and emailing ([email protected]). Just state what type of court dockets you want to look for and they will let you know which court branch to go to.

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