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Commissioners Court is held in the Second Floor of the Courthouse on Main Street on the Second & Fourth Tuesday of each month.

Hoppy Haden
  Caldwell County Judge

110 S. Main St., Rm. 101
Lockhart, TX 78644

  (512) 398-1809 Office
click here to email the Judge


 

Ezzy Chan
Executive Assistant
Office of County Judge

110 S. Main St., Rm. 101
Lockhart, TX 78644

(512) 398-1808 Office
(512) 398-1828 Fax
Email Ezzy

  • If you would like to use the Courthouse Grounds for an event, please click HERE and fill out the CH Lawn Use Application and return to the County Judge's office. 

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  • If you are inquiring about an indigent cremation, please fill out the Indigent Burial/Cremation Application and return to the County Judge's Office. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 512-398-1808.

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  • Wedding Ceremonies

    Wedding ceremonies can be performed by Judge Haden free of charge (donations accepted) in the 2nd floor courtroom, or outside on the south side of the building, on weekdays only by appointment (between 10:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.) and based on availability.

    If you would like to schedule a wedding ceremony with Judge Haden, please complete the acknowledgement form below in its entirety and submit to Ezzy Chan (ezzy.chan@co.caldwell.tx.us): 

    Wedding Ceremony Acknowledgement Form

    Notification will be sent when a date and time is confirmed by Judge Haden's office.

    If you have any questions, please call 512-398-1808.

    Marriage License Information

    For information or questions regarding marriage license applications, please contact the County Clerk's office.

    * Licenses are valid after 72 hours of receipt and prior to the 90-day expiration of the license.

    The 72-hour wait is waived if one party is active military, or you have taken the appropriate steps to have the 72-hour waiting period waived, which must be annotated on the license at the time of issuance.

    Couples must have a valid Texas marriage license at the time of their appointment and understand that no ceremony will be conducted without the presentation of a valid Texas marriage license on the day of their appointment.



    Premarital Education Handbook - "When You Get Married" (FREE)

    “When You Get Married” is provided by the Office of Attorney General under the Texas Family Code Section 2.014, in hopes of creating a relationship that is satisfying and acceptable for you and your partner. 

    https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/sites/default/files/images/child-support/WhenYouGetMarried.pdf

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