- Justice of the Peace
- Precinct Four
Justice of the Peace Precinct Four
Judge Mendolia is now accepting E-filed Civil Cases which can be submitted through E-File Texas, by clicking this link: https://efile.txcourts.gov/ofsweb you will sign in or register if it is your first time to use the site. You may print and fill out the packets listed below or you may click on this link https://selfhelp.efiletexas.gov/srl for assistance with filing your case. Please review the SRL (self-represented litigant) packets for additional information regarding laws
JUDGE TIMOTHY J. MENDOLIA
Judge Timothy J. Mendolia, was sworn into office as Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Parker County, Texas on January 1, 2023.
Judge Mendolia was licensed to practice law with the State Bar of Texas in November of 1994. He is, also, approved to practice law in the Northern, Southern and Eastern United States District Courts. Over his 28 plus years of practice, Judge Mendolia has handled cases involving Criminal Law, Felony and Misdemeanor, including Felony Appeals; General Civil Litigation; Family Law; Probate and Guardianship Law; Real Estate Law; Corporate Law; Construction Law; and Transactional Law which gives him a wide spectrum of experience to assist with his new judicial position. Judge Mendolia is a member of the Fellows of the Texas Bar Foundation which is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a member of the State Bar of Texas consisting of only one-third of one percent of licensed Texas lawyers, and such honor is by nomination and confirmation only.
Judge Mendolia has managed his law firm from its inception, in 1995, and through growth of up to twelve attorneys and twenty-two staff members. This leadership and management experience will serve the Office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Parker County, Texas well.
Judge Mendolia has lived in Parker County for over forty years graduating from Weatherford High School in 1986. He attended the United Air Force Academy and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. Judge Mendolia attended and graduated from Baylor Law School.
Judge Mendolia is dedicated to his faith, his wife of 23 years, Kimberly Tilley Mendolia, a 1987 Weatherford High School graduate, and his children, Coby, AJ and Randi, who have resided in Precinct 4 for over 19 years.
Judge Mendolia considers it an honor and a privilege to serve his home, Parker County, Texas, and specifically, the residents of Precinct 4.
To see the precinct in which you reside, please view our precinct map.
- Request for Deferred Adjudication
- Tow Hearing Request
- Tow Hearing Appeal Information
- Repair and Remedy
- Debt Claims
- Small Claims
- Occupational Driver's License
- Justice of the Peace Court Case Rules
- Texas Rules of Evidence
- Statement of Inability to Afford Payment
- Texas Rules of Civil Procedure
- Self-Help Packet - Small Claim Plaintiff
- Self-Help Packet - Small Claim Defendant
- Self-Help Packet - Eviction Plaintiff
- Self-Help Packet - Eviction Defendant
- Self-Help Packet - Debt Claim Defendant
When filing a petition with the Court, please submit the original, a copy for each Defendant and a copy for your records. Your copy will be file-marked and returned to you. If filing by mail, please include a SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE.