In light of the current public health concerns related to COVID-19, the Fort Bend County family courts have issued a joint statement about how their courts will operating while ensuring the safety of litigants, attorneys, and court staff.
Should you have any questions we can help with, do not hesitate to contact us at 832-781-0320.
Below you will find the most current updates for Fort Bend County.
As of June 9, 2020:
328th District Court
During the COVID -19 state of disaster, the 328th District Court will conduct certain hearings via Zoom video conference. Zoom Hearings may be set by agreement of all parties or by the Court following a “Motion for Use of Emergency Procedures”. Further, all pleadings must be e-filed with no in-person paper filings allowed.
387th District Court
The 387th District Court is now conducting essential and non-essential hearings via Zoom video conference, until further notice.
505th District Court
The 505th District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas is now conducting non-essential hearings via video conference through the Zoom platform, until further notice.
If you have questions or concerns about a child custody, child support, or divorce matter in Fort Bend County, our office remains open and will be accepting consultations. We are taking the recommended precautions, including disinfecting all common areas, tables, countertops after every meeting. In addition, hand sanitizer stations are located in each conference room and all common spaces.
If you are unable to come to the office, we can meet by telephone or videoconference (compatible with most smartphones, tablets, and computers). We can also conduct meetings, group conferences, and mediations 100% virtually.
This page is for informational purposes only. All updates are to the best of our knowledge. Updates are moving very quickly and the most recent update you see here could be out of date by the time you read it, or we update again. Please do not rely on our updates, but instead, rely on information provided directly by the court and your attorney. The information above is not intended to be legal advice nor is it intended to create an attorney-client relationship where none exists.