The Domestic Relations Office
(DRO) is encouraged by your interest and willingness to overcome
co-parenting challenges. We look forward to assisting your family
improve the relationship.
Steps Toward Resolution
2 . Attend Orientation
5. A Legal Enforcement Attorney Reviews Your Case with You
6. Legal Enforcement Files a Suit to Enforce a Court Order for Possession of and Access to a Child
You may contact the Domestic Relations Office - Legal Enforcement for additional information below:
In person at the Family Law Center, 200 E. Weatherford St., 2nd Floor, Fort Worth, Texas 76196
By Phone: 817-884-1879
By Email: DRO-Legal@tarrantcounty.com
When you call the DRO, if the legal support officer or the attorney are unavailable, leave a detailed message with the receptionist regarding the nature of your call. The DRO is prohibited from discussing cases with anyone other than you and the other parent.
County Telephone Operator 817-884-1111
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