IOLTA Compliance Information

The State Bar of Texas membership dues statement is used to confirm your compliance with rules relating to the Interest on Lawyers' Trust Account (IOLTA) program.  By paying your bar dues, you certify that you have verified and updated if necessary, your IOLTA information and are in compliance with IOLTA. 

 You must verify the information and make any of the below changes:
• Closing your IOLTA account (a closure form is required)
• Opening a new IOLTA account (a notice form is required when opening a
new account)
• Indicate that the attorney is no longer with the firm listed
• Indicate that the attorney is with a different firm listed

All attorneys must verify that their IOLTA information online is correct and up-to-date before certifying their compliance.  Even if you do not handle client funds, you still need to verify the IOLTA compliance portion on this website to insure the information under your bar card number is correct.   

To VERIFY or UPDATE your IOLTA account status, please log-in to one of these pages:

This compliance information applies to Texas IOLTA accounts only.  We do not require notification of out-of-state IOLTA accounts.

You will not receive a paper compliance form or email from the Foundation.  See more information in the IOLTA Compliance Information Brochure.

During peak times, please allow 7 to 10 business days for your IOLTA compliance information to be updated.   If you have any questions, contact . 

For more information see:

State Bar Rules, Article XI

Rules Governing the Operation of the Texas Access to Justice Foundation, Rule 23

To make changes to your State Bar of Texas membership record, please visit:



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