The county of Aransas in Texas is one of the counties with renowned security when it comes to accessing public records. The county does not display any legal document over the web nor does it release court dockets in a non-secure way. Only legitimate offices are tasked with lawful disclosure of official records.
As with other counties, court records in the county of Aransas are governed by a local office whose duty is to maintain top privacy of sensitive matters. The county clerk at Aransas provides information regarding the identity of specific individuals, release and authentication of marriage licenses, birth and death certificates, notices for foreclosures, deeds of trust, assumed names, brands, and the like. The office is located at Aransas County Courthouse, 301 N. Live Oak St., Rm 101, Rockport, TX 78382. Its telephone number is (361) 790-0122 and its fax number is (361) 790-0119. However, telephone searches are strictly prohibited. You may also check their official website at http://www.aransascountytx.gov/clerk/. There, you can find forms to fill out for easy access to the documents you need—after scrutiny by the concerned department, in this case, the county clerk officials.
Lastly, if you are unsure of what to really look for, the Texas State Law Library is your best option. It contains all the available information that you need. You can ask for their assistance by calling telephone number (512) 463-1722. Or you may visit them at 205 West 14th Street, Austin, Texas. Finally, you can also contact them by email at library et sll.state.tx.us.