Norma L. Favela
El Paso District Clerk
500 E. San Antonio
El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone (915) 546-2021
Fax (915) 546-8139
- Civil Cases
- Stephanie Damian
- Brenda Enriquez
- The Civil Division is responsible for assisting attorneys; legal assistants and the public in the assignment of all new civil suits and other filed pleadings in civil matters. Some of the most common types of cases filed with the Civil Division are personal injuries involving motor vehicles, and those not involving motor vehicles, collection cases, and tax cases. For more information on the types of cases filed within this division, please call our office at (915) 834-8256. The Civil Division is also responsible for the data entry and scanning of all documents filed with the division. To search pending civil cases, please visit
- Civil Case Search
- Family Cases
- Tina I. Melendez
- The Civil (Family) Division is responsible for assisting attorneys; legal assistants and the public in the assignment of all new family law suits and other filed pleadings in family law matters. Some of the most common types of cases filed with the Civil - Family Division are divorces, annulments, child support enforcements, temporary restraining orders, paternity, and name changes.
- The Civil - Family Division is also responsible for the data entry and scanning of all documents filed with the division. To search pending civil family cases, please visit
- Civil Case Search
- Standing Orders
- Review of Standing Order (1.48 MB)
- Standing Order Number 1 (2.91 MB)
- Standing Order Number 2A (1.07 MB)
- Amended - Standing Order (1.63 MB)
- FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Can I view my original file?
YES. Call 546-2000 in advance to have your file waiting for you, or e-mail your request to DistrictClerk@epcounty.com. Please keep in mind that disposed cases will require a 24-hour waiting period to retrieve files.
- Can I obtain forms if I am representing myself?
NO. The District Clerk's Office does not provide forms to file. You may use the Law Library located at 500 E. San Antonio, on the 12th floor to do any research of language needed for drawing up pleadings.
- How much do copies cost?
Copies are $0.50 per page. A certified copy is $1.00 per page up to a maximum of $5.00 per document.
- Can I get a copy of my divorce decree?
YES. To expedite your request, please call in advance to order your file. Copies must be paid in advance.
- How can I find out if I have money in the Court's Registry?
You may call 915.546.2037 to obtain information about the Court's Registry. Once it is determined that monies have been deposited on your behalf the Accounting Department can instruct you further on procedures to obtaining your funds.