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The Texas Supreme Court requires all Civil, Family and Probate cases to be filed electronically. This applies to all levels of our local court system:
County Courts at Law and
District Courts. Collin County is already live and accepting filings.
Local Rules for the District Courts of Collin County,
Supreme Court Rules for eFiling, and the
JCIT Technology Standards for more information.
Collin County District Clerk eFiling FAQs
More information can be found at
The District Clerk’s Office does not recommend specific software with which to participate in the eFiling process, however, we have provided a few links to videos on the Adobe website that explain some of the features required in filed documents.
How to add a bookmark (sample in Acrobat X)
How to OCR (sample in Acrobat X)
How to add page numbers (sample in Acrobat XI)
New Program available to Collin County Residents
Guide and File is now available to Collin County residents. The program allows individuals to create certain legal forms for filing online using pre-formatted, step-by-step templates that will generate a completed form.
Click here for additional information.
Attorney Online Subscriber Access
Attorneys may subscribe to online access to District Clerk, County Court at Law Clerk and Justice of the Peace records through a secure Internet site. For complete information please view the
Attorney Subscriber Agreement or contact Mindi Johns. Annual
renewals are available.
New public portal makes most civil court records available online
Historical Case Searches
Criminal Case Searches for cases prior to the year 1988 and Civil Case Searches for cases prior to the year 1984 must be requested in person or by mail.
online Case Search applications contain District Court Criminal cases that were filed or completed anytime from 1988 to the present and Civil cases that were filed or completed anytime from 1984 to the present.
For Criminal case record searches for cases completed from the 1800’s to 1987 or Civil case record searches for cases completed from the 1800s to 1983, please visit or submit a written request to the District Clerk’s Office, 2100 Bloomdale Rd., McKinney, TX 75071.
All record searches conducted at the District Clerk's office are $5 each. If sending a written request, please provide the following information: the individual’s complete name and date of birth, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and a check or money order for the search fee.
Payment for a record search can be made by check, money order or cash.
Searches are normally processed within one or two days of receipt and can be requested in person or by mail. We do not provide record searches by phone.
New! Criminal felony payments can be made online at: Criminal Online Payments
Collin County Standing Order Regarding Children, Property and Conduct of Parties
Collin County District Court Local Rules
Administrative Order transferring cases to the 468th Court
Administrative Order transferring cases to the 471st Court
Legal and Community Resources
Self Help Resources
Senate Bill 1369 Monthly Appointments and Fees Report
Russell A. Steindam Courts Building
2100 Bloomdale Rd., Suite 12132
McKinney, TX 75071
972-424-1460 ext. 4320 (Metro)
Criminal-Felony: 972-548-4430 (McKinney) or
972-424-1460 ext. 4430 (Metro)
Child Support: 972-548-4385 (McKinney)
972-424-1460 ext. 4385 (Metro)
Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
The District Clerk's Office accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Cash, In-State Checks and Money Orders.