To qualify for our services, the Harris County Family Courts must have the authority to decide your case. You must have the correct address of the other parent.
All lawsuits have to comply with procedures set out by the Texas Family Code. Since each court has different docket schedules, it is not possible to give the date your lawsuit will be completed. If you are having a problem in one of the areas of family law handled by this Office, you should make an appointment now. More specific time frames can be given once we know the facts of your case, what type of legal action my be required, and what Court will be hearing your case.
The Domestic Relations Office is a fee-for-service agency. Since there are many types of lawsuits, all fees for services are discussed with the applicant during the interview.
Complete the Application for Child Access and Possession Assistance on the Applications/Forms subtab. You will be contacted for more information.
Only in conjunction with an enforcement action and when the parties agree to the modification.
Contact the Harris County District Clerk's Office at 713-755-5758.