Heman Marion Sweatt Travis County Courthouse, 1000 Guadalupe St.
Divisions: Civil, Family
Note: The Travis County Civil Court system is comprised of ten District Courts, four Associate Courts and two County Courts at law. If you are here during the lunch hour, check out the many street vendors in the downtown area.
Parking: This courthouse does not have a parking lot. Metered parking is available on all streets surrounding the courthouse. Meters take cash and credit cards. In addition, the following public lots are available within walking distance. There is also a parking lot at Central Parking System 510 West 11th Street (between San Antonio & Nueces Streets). Consider taking Capital Metro public transportation.
Civil District Courts
The District Civil Courts handle all divorce cases, cases involving title to land, election contest cases, and civil matters in which the amount of money or damages involved is $200 or more.
250th District Court, 3rd Floor: (512) 854-9312
261st District Court, 3rd Floor: (512) 854-9309
419th District Court, 3rd Floor: (512) 854-4023
53rd District Court, 4th Floor: (512) 854-9308
126th District Court, 4th floor: (512) 854-9313
354th District Court, 4th Floor: (512) 854-9374
98th District Court, 5th Floor: (512) 854-9307
200th District Court, 5th Floor (512) 854-9306
201st District Court, 5th Floor: (512) 854-9305
353rd District Court, 5th Floor: (512) 854-9380
Associate Civil Courts
These courts primarily hear child support matters.
Judge Leonard Saenz: (512) 854-9300
Judge John Hathaway: (512) 854-9300
Judge J. Andrew Hathcock: (512) 854-9300
Judge James L. Arth: (512) 854-9300
Civil County Courts
These courts hear civil bench trials and jury trials.
County Court at Law 1: (512) 854-9241
County Court at Law 2: (512) 854-9242
Probate court handles wills of deceased persons, declares the heirs of deceased persons who die without a will, establishes guardianships for incapacitated persons and minors, supervises court-ordered involuntary mental health commitments, and administers all eminent domain cases initiated in Travis County.
Probate court also hears lawsuits related to an estate of a decedent or ward and by or against a personal representative of a decedent’s or ward’s estate.
Judge Guy Herman: (512) 854-9258
Judge Dan Prashner: (512) 854-9258