Copies, Searches & Forms
Filing Fees & Court Fines
Frequently Requested Information
What is the fee for recording documents in the Official Public Records?
See Miscellaneous Fees.
I need a copy of my divorce decree.
Divorces are filed with the District Clerk.
I need to pay my taxes.
Taxes are paid in the Tax Assessor-Collector's Office.
Do you have online access to your records?
See the Online Records Search page.
What are your office hours?
See the Contact page.
I need information on obtaining a Marriage License.
See the FAQ page.
Can I get information on foreclosures in your area?
See the Posted Notices page.
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Now available - a better way to search our records! Some records are available now - others will be available later in the year.
We now have court information available at iDocket.com.
Orange County's e-filing permissive go-live date was May 1, 2014. You may now e-file Civil and Probate records with our office. Please see www.efiletexas.gov for more information. Our mandatory go-live date is July 1, 2015.