Court at Law Four
John B. McMaster was appointed County Court at Law Number 4 judge in September 2005 and took his oath of office on January 3, 2006. County Court at Law Number 4 was approved during the 2005 legislative session and became effective in January 2006.
Before being appointed as judge, John McMaster had a private law practice focusing on family law in Georgetown. He previously served as a member of the Georgetown Independent School District Board, serving as board secretary for part of his tenure. He is a member of the Kiwanis in Georgetown, the Williamson County coalition against underage drinking, the Masonic Lodge and Celebration Church in Georgetown.
Judge McMaster graduated from Georgetown High School in 1975, received his bachelor's degree from Baylor University in 1979 and graduated in 1982 from South Texas College of Law. He lives in Georgetown with his wife and daughter.
To schedule hearings or trials, email the Court Administrator Sharrion Threadgill at [email protected].
Attorney Represented Uncontested Cases
Uncontested and agreed orders can be submitted to the Court, for review and consider, by e-filing your proposed orders with the appropriate clerk’s office. All orders must be complete and signed by all the attorneys and parties. A statement of evidence is required on divorce submissions and must be notarized; unsworn declarations will not be accepted.
If you require record prove up, email the Court administrator to schedule a hearing at [email protected].
For copies, you will need to contact the appropriate clerk’s office. The Court Administrator does not provide copies.
To schedule a hearing, email the Court Administrator Sharrion Threadgill at [email protected]..
Prior to arranging an uncontested hearing, please be certain you have reviewed the applicable checklist:
Self-Represented Litigant Checklist for Divorce
For e-filing instructions, filing fees, or copies, please contact the appropriate clerk's office.