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                                                               **ATTENTION ATTORNEYS**

E-Filing is mandatory statewide in civil cases. We are now permissively accepting criminal documents through e-File. Beginning July 1, 2019 criminal documents must be electronically filed.  You must file into eFile Texas by using an Office of Court Administration (OCA) approved Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP). (See Rule 2.1)

* Some EFSPs charge a fee for filing or for credit card payment processing
                        * There are EFSP options that are free of charge
                        * See for more details

See E-Filing Business Processes for more information (and additional forms in form section).  If you are appearing in court for a hearing within 24 hours of filing thru e-File, you will need to provide a courtesy copy of the filing to the Court.

Efiling Request for Issuance
Efiling Request for Abstract or Writ of Execution
Efiling Request for Withholding Order
Efiling Request for Issuance Order of Sale

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