The Montgomery County Clerk of Courts is responsible for maintaining and providing access to civil, family, felony, and delinquent tax files from the 1900’s to the present.

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Court, Criminal, Marriage, Divorce, Property

Court files, or records, are documents generated during legal proceedings, such as criminal case files, bankruptcy records, and records from family or probate court. Court records contain information about these legal proceedings, including names of the parties involved, dates of hearings, testimony and evidence, and rulings in cases. Records are kept in office for a time and then disposed of or archived. Most are considered public records, though some information may be redacted when copies are provided to the public. The current Montgomery County District Clerk is Melisa Miller.

The Montgomery County Clerk provides a PDF Copies of Records form online. These may be submitted in person or by mail or email. Copies of court records incur a copying fee, typically $1 per page and a $5 certification fee per document. Certified records are stamped by the custodian of records to indicate they are true copies of the originals. Requests for copies of records are typically filled within 4-5 business days, but may take up to 10 business days.

Requests for copies of court records should provide the name, phone number, and address of the person making the request and as much of the following information as possible: the full name of a plaintiff or defendant, and any other names case could be filed under; case number; type of document; and/or the date range when the record would have been filed.

Physical Address:
301 N. Main Street
Suite 103
Conroe, TX 77301

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 2985
Conroe, TX 77305

Phone: 936-539-7855

Montgomery County District Clerk

Court Records

Request for Copies of Records Form