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eFile Court Records - Now Available
Attorneys must use eFile for CIVIL and PROBATE filings.

As of July 1, 2016, attorneys filing in CIVIL courts with the Leon County District Clerk and the Leon County Clerk will be mandated by
the Texas Supreme Court to file electronically.

To begin, attorneys must select an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) who will submit your documents on your behalf through the State of Texas' authorized electronic portal, which is known as:

The link above will help you get started, troubleshoot filing problems, and answer any questions should you need technical assistance. Or, dial 1-855-839-3453, or

County Court and District Court follow different protocols. See below for details.


District Clerk E-File FAQ

COUNTY COURT - Probate Court, Civil Court - Judge Byron Ryder

1)When you are submitting documents, you are building the docket sheet. Therefore, upload each document as a lead document. Only submit a document as an attachment if it is an exhibit.

2)All proposed orders need to be filed in a separate envelope AFTER the petition is initially filed.  

3)After July 1, 2016, for probate hearings, we still will accept the Proof, Order and Oath as bench filings and will eFile all documents after the hearing. 

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