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Sylvia Garza-Perez, County Clerk


eFiling for Civil, Probate, and Criminal Cases
The Supreme Court of Texas has mandated that all attorneys file court documents electronically in the ten most populous counties. Cameron County is one of those counties, effective as of January 1, 2018.

Attorneys are required to electronically file court documents in Civil, Probate, and Criminal cases in Cameron County through an electronic filing service provider. This provider must be certified by the Office of Court Administration.

Parties representing themselves in court without the assistance of an attorney (Pro Se) may hand file their documents to the county clerk.

How To eFile
Choose an electronic filing service provider (EFSP) at An electronic filing service provider (EFSP) is required to help you file your documents and act as the intermediary between you and the system.