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No. If one is mandated by law, or if the court believes one should be appointed, you must file a written request for one and submit a proposed order.
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The law does not allow the Judge or any of his employees to give any legal advice. The Judge's office can help you with any setting questions, but not with any questions in regards to the facts of your case. If you have legal questions, you should consult with an attorney.
The District Court Judge and both County Court at Law Judges have concurrent jurisdiction to hear Family Law (including Juvenile) cases. Cases are set by the Coordinator of the Court in which the case is filed.
To obtain a setting, you must contact the appropriate Court Coordinator:
At times. View the Rules of Court.
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