The Honorable Casey Conine
IV-D Associate Judge OCA
The IV-D Court # 35, Associate Judge hears the petitions and motions brought by the Office of the Attorney General concerning paternity and child support establishment, child support enforcement, and other cases brought under the Uniformed Interstate Family Support Act. Counties served are Denton, Cooke, Wise, Eastland, Erath, Palo Pinto, Parker and Hood.
Denton County Courts Building
1450 East McKinney Street
2nd Floor, Suite 2203
Jury Assembly Room
Denton, TX 76209-4524
(940) 349-2281 (Fax)
*Please contact the Office of the Attorney General at 469-241-6500 or
1-800-252-8014 if you need to speak to someone in regards to your case or an upcoming hearing. The call center will make a note in their system that you called.
The satellite office for the Child Support Enforcement Division of the Attorney General’s Office that is responsible for Denton County is located in Denton, Texas.
Their contact information is:
Office of the Attorney General Child Support Division
1808 Cornell Lane
Denton, TX 76201
1-800- 252-8014 or 469-241-6500 automated payment and case information or information about applying for services
1-866-255-2006 Acknowledgement of Paternity questions
For general support program questions only, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE: This email address is NOT meant for the delivery of legal documents or notices to the Child Support Division. Electronic filing email notice to the Child Support Division regarding a particular case must be sent in accordance with Rule 21a, Texas Rule of Civil Procedure, to the appropriate local office's mailing or email address as noted in the court's file.
Wednesday docket call is @ 9:00 AM *Check-in with the Attorney General staff in the back of the room.*
Special Set Tuesday docket call is @ 1:00 PM
*Please do NOT bring your children or any additional parties not directly involved in the case to the hearings.*
Attorneys must check in with the Attorney General staff to be seen in the order they sign in.
Please do not arrive late, doing so may require the court to take adverse actions.
Do not attempt to contact a judge - by mail, e-mail, phone, or in person - about any pending or potential lawsuit! Doing so may result in serious consequences.