Childress County is named after the person Jacob Hunter Childress, the man who is the author of the Texas Declaration of Independence. It does not matter which court files you are looking for. It may be a collection of court dockets, a specific type of court decision or just any court record about a lawsuit. This article will show you where to get all of these files in Childress County.
Childress County has only four courthouse divisions with one branch each. The county has a district court established at 100 Avenue E NW, Box 4, Childress, TX 79201. The district court accepts phone inquiries during regular business hours at 940-937-3541.
Another courthouse can be reached at 940-937-2221. The court clerk works here as well. You can call the clerk at 940-937-6143, send a fax message to 940-937-3708, or email at email@example.com.
The Childress County justice court can be reached at 940-937-6145. Their address is 100 Avenue E NW, Box 6, Childress, TX 79201. You can contact the municipal court at P.O. Box 1087, Childress, TX 79201 or call 940-937-6943.
If you prefer to speak to the chief appraiser, you can find his office at 1710 Avenue F N.W. Childress, TX 79201-3756. You can call 940-937-6062 or fax to 940-937-3386. You can always follow up your queries by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.