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Civil Case Information Sheet

Because the information required by the civil case information sheet is now recorded in the electronic filing system, filing a civil case information sheet is no longer necessary. The Texas Supreme Court has repealed the requirement that you file a civil case information sheet when filing a new lawsuit.

You may not need this form. If you are filing paper documents in person at the clerk's office, you should complete it and bring it anyway, however.

Before December 11, 2018, a civil case information sheet had to be completed and submitted when an original petition or application was filed to intiate a new civil, family law, probate, or mental health case or when a post-judgment petition for modification for enforcement was filed in a family law case. 

Click here for more information on civil litigation in Texas. 


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