Information & Forms
Welcome to Williamson County's Self-Service Page!
You may download and fill out one of the following forms or, where available, use the interview feature. The guided interviews will ask you a series of questions that will help prepare your forms. Once those forms are prepared, you may electronically file those documents with the correct court or print a copy to file in person.
Documents & Resources
- Appeal Bond Civil - Defendant (PDF)
- Appeal Bond Civil - Plaintiff (PDF)
- Application for Writ of Execution (PDF)
- Debt Claim Petition (DOCX)
- Eviction Petition (PDF)
- Military Affidavit (PDF)
- Notice of Appeal for Civil Cases (PDF)
- Release of Judgment - Civil Cases (PDF)
- Repair and Remedy Petition (DOCX)
- Request for Writ of Possession (PDF)
- Small Claims Petition (DOCX)
- Statement of Inability to Afford Payment of Court Costs or an Appeal Bond - Civil Cases (PDF)
- Defendants Answer
- Plaintiff's Motion to Dismiss Civil
Odyssey Guide & File
Petitions, Answers & Other Civil Documents
Petitions, answers, and other civil documents can be filed using E-File or in person. More information can be found on eFiling in Texas. We look forward to working with you to simplify and improve the filing experience with Williamson County JP3.
- Small Claims Petition
- Repair and Remedy Petition
- Eviction Petition
- File a subsequent filing in an existing case.
Help For Self-Represented Litigants
The following are several sources of information for persons who do not have a lawyer. The information is not legal advice and does not take the place of talking to a lawyer.
- Texas Law Help - Information about different areas of the law for people who are handling their own simple civil legal matter. It also has a Chat service that allows the user to chat with someone who can help.
- Texas Court Help - Videos and other information in English and Spanish about going through the court system, including information about how to find a lawyer, where to find forms, and how to get ready to go to court.
- Texas State Law Library Consumer and Self-Help Information - The State Law Library website has Self-Help information, forms, and links. It's Ask a Librarian feature allows users to get legal information from a librarian by email.
- Texas Justice Court Training Center
- Self Represented Litigant
- Texas Rules of Evidence (PDF)
- Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
To file for an Occupational Driver License you must:
Familiarize yourself with the requirements as set out in the Transportation Code Section 521.241 to 521.253. Also, you may want to view this packet from TexasLawHelp that contains instructions and forms. ODL Instructions and Forms (PDF)
- File a Petition For Occupational License (PDF) with the Williamson County Justice Court. Print, fill out, and file an Order Granting Occupational License (PDF), it must be completed by Petitioner..
- Obtain and file a SR-22 Certificate of Insurance or Proof of Financial Responsibility. An Insurance Agent may assist you in obtaining the SR-22 or a copy of your insurance.
- Obtain and file a Certified Abstract of your Driving Record (AR). This can be requested from the DPS website:
- Obtain and file a letter from your employer or a school certificate, if applicable.
- Submit a copy of the suspension letter you received from DPS to the court, if applicable.
- After filing your Petition and all other required documentation, the Judge will review your petition. If approved, you will be notified when you may return to the court to pay for and receive certified copies of the Petition and Order for filing with DPS (if necessary) and for your records. The court will notify you the cost for copies.
- To file online, please visit eFiling for Texas to register, upload your documents and pay the $54 filing fee.
This procedure can be very complicated. It may be beneficial to employ an attorney to assist you. The Judge and respective staff are prohibited by law to assist you in the preparing of the application or procedural steps taken after the Judge signs the Order.