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District Clerk
The District Clerk performs the Constitutional duties as registrar, recorder, and custodian of all court pleadings, instruments, and papers that are part of any legal cause of action in any district court.
Hunt County Consists of:
  • 2 District Courts
  • Attorney General Court
  • CPS Court

One important duty of the clerk is the managing and summoning of jurors for all of the District, County, and Justice Courts, as well as the Grand Jury. Persons are summoned for petit jury service from a computerized list that consists of the names of registered voters and persons having a Texas Driver License or identification card. Names are randomly selected from the list and the list is reconstituted every year.


Administration:

Chief Deputy: Susan Spradling




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Stacey Landrum
District Clerk
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Courthouse
2507 Lee St. 2nd Floor
Greenville, TX 75401

Ph: (903) 408-4172

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 12:00pm
1:00 pm - 5:00pm
Closed for Lunch
 
                   

hUNT COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK FILING FEES 

E-FILING Q & a – HUNT COUNTY 
                   

Child Support Record of Support and Additional Information Forms  

The Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit requires a Record of Support form for all cases in which child support has been ordered. The Additional Child Support Information form contains information necessary for the District Clerk to generate or modify child support accounts with the Texas Child Support Disbursement Unit. Both forms are required to be completed and filed with the District Clerk in order for child support accounts to be generated. 

REQUEST TO SEND WITHHOLDING ORDER
 

Complete Request to send withholding order form and submit to the District Clerk with the appropriate fees.

 

DISTRICT COURT RECORDS REQUEST

Complete the District Court Records Request form and submit to the District Clerk with the appropriate fees.


For Information Contact: 
                               Civil
                               Family Law
                               Criminal
                               Child Support
                               Tax Suits
                               Attorney General
                               Criminal Research 

(903)408-4176
(903)408-4220
(903)408-4231
(903)408-4221
(903)408-4170
(903)408-4173
(903)408-4170
 
Passports are processed by the United States Postal Service

USPS   U.S. Department of State