For many people, the first they know about a divorce, child custody, child
support, or other family law case, which involves them, is when a, hopefully
polite, process server hands them a packet of papers and tells them they’ve
Regardless how you find out about your pending lawsuit in Denton County,
you should always seek the advice of an attorney right away. What many
people don’t know, however, is that prior to, or even after, talking
with an attorney, there is an easy way to keep track of your legal matter.
Denton County District Clerk maintains an easy to use website that is regularly updated and is full
of information about your case.
Here’s how you do it: Just go to
http://justice.dentoncounty.com/, select the type of case you have, enter a party name or the cause number,
and, voila, you can find out what court your case is filed in, party and
attorney information, and just about everything that has happened in Court
regarding your case. The Court generally even posts hearing dates and
times on this site.
Obviously, if you have a lawyer representing you in your divorce or family
law matter, their office is the place to start for information about your
case, but, in this day and age of instant information, the Denton County
Justice site is another great place to keep track of that important information.