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E-filing Required for Attorneys

The Supreme Court of Texas has mandated that all attorneys file court documents electronically in the ten most populous counties (including Travis County) beginning January 1, 2014.

As a result of this mandate, except in juvenile cases, attorneys are now required to electronically file (e-file) documents in civil or probate cases in Travis County. Unrepresented (pro se) parties and case participants who are not attorneys may e-file, but are not required to do so. We will continue to make document images available on this website.

EFileTexas.org LogoTo eFile a document, use your Electronic Filing Service Provider.
If you have not yet selected a provider, go to www.efiletexas.gov to start e-filing now.

Local e-filing rules for civil cases are found at
www.txcourts.gov/media/273991/order-13-9165.pdf PDF
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Local e-filing rules for probate cases are found at
www.traviscountytx.gov/images/probate/Docs/e-filing_rules.pdf PDF.


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When opening a new case, please refer to this menu of options to guide you through the fees and e-filing process. Download the informational guide sheet below:

The Travis County Clerk maintains the county's records, administers elections, and oversees legal documentation (such as property deeds, marriage licenses and assumed name certificates).


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