Getting Access to Texas Public Records
Whenever you’re seeking information contained in Texas Public Records, you may want to bypass the long trip to the heart of the city and search online instead. Information is accurate up through the previous business day, making your research timely and precise.
Texas Public Records held on the Internet include probate, criminal backgrounds, civil attorney indexes, civil court, marriage information, personal property, and assumed names.
You can use Texas Public Records to seek and find criminal details by using a search by name function. The court case details will be explained through the use of a disposition code and court code index to help you figure out the acronyms.
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Searching for civil court details in Texas public records is as easy as entering the name or case number, which is the same way you’d find information about a probate record.
If you’re trying to locate information about an attorney, then you can access the Texas Public Records and search by name to see what cases they’ve filed in Dallas County and jot down the case numbers for further research.
For marriage information, which is new to the Texas Public Records database, you’ll need either the husband’s name or wife’s maiden name to conduct your search. Assumed names can be found by typing in the person or company’s name.