Bexar County Courthouse
100 Dolorosa, 3rd Floor
San Antonio, Texas 78205
The Domestic Relations Office, that provides social and mental health services support, supervised visitation
and neutral exchanges, cooperative parenting group classes and a visitation enforcement program to the Civil
District Courts, is located on the southwest end of the old Bexar County Courthouse on the third floor.
FUNCTION: The Domestic Relations Office (DRO) provides social and mental health services support and a visitation enforcement program to the Civil District Courts in matters before them pertaining to custody and access in Suits Affecting Parent-Child Relationships.
Consultation and Referral
Mr. Tony Neugebauer, DRO Director, is available to the individual Civil District Court Judges and at Presiding Court to consult or provide immediate intervention in complex family law matters. Referrals for mental health services related to custody and access issues, such as Social Studies, Psychological Evaluations, Parent Coordination, Counseling and Parenting Classes, are available upon request.
Supervised Visitation / Neutral Child Exchange
Center for Family Relations
Family Service Association, Inc.
Kids Exchange KidShare
Bexar County Shared Parenting Program
The Bexar County Domestic Relations Office, through its Bexar County Shared Parenting Program, provides intervention assistance where Bexar County non-custodial parents with final orders are experiencing access/visitation enforcement difficulties and are without the means to hire a private attorney. Assistance includes screening and assessment, access resolution, cooperative parenting, counseling and enforce-ment proceedings. Staff provides immediate intervention for the Civil District Courts and IV-D Masters, as well as for the Bexar County Child Support Community Supervision programs.*
Joanna Hernandez, Shared Parenting Coordinator
Elizabeth Oviedo, Staff Attorney-Shared Parenting Facilitator
*This program is supported with federal funds provided by the Administration for Children and Families – Department of Health and Human Services as a part of the Texas Office of the Attorney General Access and Visitation Program.