The 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.
Visit the Clerk's Office
Your divorce or family law file is a public record. After getting your Cause Number off the Court's website, you can visit the clerk's office (just across the street from our office at 1450 E. McKinney Street, Denton, Texas 76201), and review (and copy) all the pleadings in your file.
See a Lawyer
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 and District Clerk's office are other great places to keep track of that important information. The bottom line, though, is that most family law cases are of utmost importance to you and your family. It is very important to timely consult a local family attorney to discuss your case. Feel free to contact our office at www.cokerlegal.com for more information or to consult with one of our lawyers.
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