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    LEE HAIDUSEK CHAMBERS

    Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 369
    Liberty, Texas 77575

    Physical Address:
    1923 Sam Houston
    Liberty, Texas 77575
    Phone: 936-336-4670
    Fax : 936-334-3236

    Email: coclerk@co.liberty.tx.us

    Located on the 2nd Floor of the Courthouse - Room 209

  • The Liberty County Clerk acts as a recorder and custodian of important public records--including all deeds and land instruments, bonds, birth and death certificates, assumed names, county plats, and livestock brands--ensuring that the records are maintained in a secure, archival manner.  The County Clerk's Office also issues and records marriage licenses for Liberty County. The Liberty County Clerk serves as clerk and custodian of records for the County Commissioners Court, the Constitutional Court (County Court), and the Statutorily-created County Court at Law. Finally, the Liberty County Clerk is the elections official for the county.  

     

    LIBERTY COUNTY CLERK:   Lee Haidusek Chambers

    CHIEF DEPUTY:   Hope Cross

    ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT:    Brenda Ash

    RECORDS MANAGEMENT: 

    Liberty--  Hope Cross

                           Claribeth Macias (bilingual)

                           Adrian Driver

                           (Currently Open)

    Cleveland--Cassie Leopard

                            Connie Chapman

    ELECTIONS MANAGEMENT:

    Hope Cross

    Adrian Driver

    COURT CASE MANAGEMENT:

    Belinda Parker-Department Head & Criminal Cases

    Shelbeigh Drake-Probate & Guardianship

    Derian Sones-Probate & Guardianship

    Shonda Riley-Civil Cases

    Whitney Deckert-Criminal Cases

    Veronica Sierra-Criminal Cases (bilingual)   

                                                        

     

    * The Liberty County Clerk and her deputies have no authority over, nor any influence on, the Courts this office serves. The County Clerk's Office is tasked with recording and filing all information provided to the office related to the hearings held, as well as bringing the files to the appropriate court when requested. The County Clerk position is administrative in nature, and does not make decisions on policy, spending, taxation, nor any of the day-to-day issues addressed by the Courts.

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     For Judicial Records, please go to:

    I Docket
    NOTICE
    WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING CRIMINAL E-FILE

    For E-Filing Assistance, please go to:  EfileTexas.gov

                                           
  • To search the Liberty County Clerk's Records, including property records, click on the following:

     

    For information on how to request copies of the Liberty County Clerk's Records, including property records (especially in bulk), and the related costs, click on the following:

    Public Records Duplication Information and Costs

    Please note that the Liberty County Clerk's Records are public records and, as such, are not subject to Open Records Requests under the Texas Public Information Act. These records are available for public view in our office or online. If you wish to request a copy or copies of the public records, please read the information in the above link. Thank you.
  • For information on the filing fees for Probate cases, Guardianship cases, Civil Actions, and related matters, click on the link below:

    Liberty County Filing Fees 2019

  • Assumed Name Certificates, or D.B.A.s

    A person must file a certificate with the County Clerk if the person regularly conducts business or renders a professional service in this state under an assumed name other than as a corporation, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, limited liability company, or foreign filing entity.

    A corporation, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, limited liability company, or foreign filing entity must file a certificate with the Texas Secretary of State if the entity: (1) regularly conducts business or renders professional services in this state under an assumed name; or (2) is required by law to use an assumed name in this state to conduct business or render professional services.

    For information on obtaining a burial transit permit, please call 936-641-3183

    Need help with a legal problem? www.texascourthelp.gov

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