FAQs about Child Support Order in Texas
In Texas, you can get a copy of your child support court order from the district clerk’s office in the county where the order was issued. This can be done in person or via mail. Online access may also be available depending on the county.
Many Texas counties offer online access to court orders. Visit the district clerk’s website for your county, and search for your case using your name or case number. You can then view and print your child support order.
A copy of your visitation order can be obtained from the district clerk’s office in the county where the order was granted. Online access may be available depending on the county. You will need your case number or your full name to request the order.
In Texas, the Office of the Attorney General enforces child support orders. If you’re owed past due child support, contact the Child Support Division of the Texas Attorney General’s Office. They can take several actions to collect overdue payments, such as income withholding or license suspension.