As a valued reader and Crosby County court records researcher, this informative article will show you where and how to get specific court files without any cost. You will also be introduced to authorized personnel that can assist you in finding information quicker than expected.
There are three elected officials in charge of monitoring court dockets. Each clerk of court plays a specific role under the county and district terms. The office of the county clerk is located at 201 W Aspen, Ste 102, Crosbyton, TX, 79322. You can phone him at (806)675-2334, send a fax to (806)675-2980, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The office of the district clerk is located at 201 W Aspen, Ste 207 Crosbyton, TX, 79322. You can either phone him at (806)675-2071, fax him at (806)675-2433 or send an email to email@example.com.
There is also a county appraiser who is in charge of property values. He can help you determine whether an available property is owned for public purposes or was previously owned by a deceased person. You can go to him if you cannot find any court record elsewhere. His office is located at P.O. Box 505 Crosbyton, TX 79322-0505. You can either phone him at (806)675-2838, fax him at (806)675-2980, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Otherwise, you will be referred to go to a Crosby County courthouse. Both the district court and constitutional court are to be found on West Aspen Street. A justice court can be found around the corner while the three branches of municipal court can be found in cities of Crosbyton, Lorenzo and Ralls.