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District Clerk

Picture of Wharton County District Clerk Kendra Charbula

Kendra Charbula

103 S. Fulton Street
P.O. Drawer 391
Wharton, Texas 77488

Phone: (979) 532-5542
Fax:      (979) 532-1299
Email Kendra

Office Hours
8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Mon.-Fri.

Jurors called for July 1, 2024 in Judge Ben Hardin's 23rd District Court need not appear. The case has settled.

Thank you!


Notice of Remote Hearings

All Hearings scheduled for the Attorney General Dockets will not be held in person at the Courthouse but will instead be held remotely using ZOOM Streaming Service for all dockets from June 1, 2020 through October 31, 2021.
For  more  information,   contact  the  Attorney General's Office  at  1-800-252-8014   or         the Title IV-D Court #22  court coordinator at (361) 655-6352.


Civil and Criminal Records online, click icon below



New Updated Filing Fee Schedule click here
Revised Civil Case Info Sheet & Instructions click here

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Child Support Deputy Clerk  Kizzie Scarlett
103 S. Fulton Street
P.O. Box 807
Wharton, Texas 77488
Email click here

Phone: (979) 532-8894



Child Support Program of the Office of the Attorney General.

Thirteenth Court of Appeals serving Wharton County.


The Texas Legislature recently amended the Property Code to provide a streamlined procedure for addressing discriminatory provisions in real property records. Although state law already declared restrictions and provisions in real property records that prohibit the use, sale or transfer of real property to a person based on race, color, religion, or national origin to be void and unenforceable, Senate Bill 30, which took effect on September 1, 2021, establishes a  process for a property owner, or another person that the owner authorizes, to request a judicial  review of specific property records to  determine whether they contain prohibited discriminatory provisions.

The bill sets out the contents of the documents required to be submitted to the court as well as a suggested format for the court’s findings and order. Under certain circumstances, the court may issue its determination without conducting a hearing. No filing fees may be charged under the statute.

To view the language of the bill and the format for filing with the court as well as the format for the court’s findings and order, use the link: 87(R) SB 30 - Enrolled version (texas.gov)