(a) A domestic relations office shall be administered:
(1) as provided by the commissioners court; or
(2) if the commissioners court does not otherwise provide for the administration of the office, by the juvenile board that serves the county in which the domestic relations office is located.
(b) The administering entity shall appoint and assign the duties of a director who shall be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the office. A director serves at the pleasure of the administering entity.
(c) The administering entity shall determine the amount of money needed to operate the office.
(d) A commissioners court that establishes a domestic relations office under this chapter may execute a bond for the office. A bond under this subsection must be:
(1) executed with a solvent surety company authorized to do business in the state; and
(2) conditioned on the faithful performance of the duties of the office.
(e) The administering entity shall establish procedures for the acceptance and use of a grant or donation to the office.