I am now 18 and there was money that was held in the registry for me, now what?

If you have funds in the registry, have turned 18 and wish to withdraw those funds, the Bookkeeping Department requires the following:

  • An original or certified copy of your birth certificate
  • Form W-9
  • Application To Withdraw Funds From The Bexar County Registry
  • Valid government issued identification (photocopy if application is mailed): state issued driver’s license, DPS I.D. receipt, state identification card, passport, military ID
  • Social Security Card (photocopy if application is mailed) Please refer to the Orders to Withdraw Minor Funds from the Court’s Registry Information document for full details on the process

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1. How do I check to see if there are funds in the registry for me or someone?
2. I was awarded money that was deposited in a lawsuit, how do I obtain it?
3. There used to be money in the registry for me but it was escheated to the State, now what?
4. I am now 18 and there was money that was held in the registry for me, now what?
5. I was awarded money that was deposited but I’m Pro Se, how can I obtain it on my own?
6. I need to request a refund, how can I do that?
7. I would like to request a report of all funds currently on deposit, how can I obtain that?
8. I submitted a motion/order that was signed by the Judge, now what?
9. What is the status of my refund check?
10. I would like to know the registry balance on a case, how can I find that?
11. I submitted a check that bounced, how can I resolve it?
12. How long will it take before I can receive my money?
13. Can I request my money be transferred to my bank account instead of a check?
14. My check was less than what was deposited, why is that?
15. Where is your office located?