All documents that need to be filed before the end of the year must be received in the Real Estate office by 2PM December 28th.
We will be closed December 26th and 27th for Christmas.

Due to changes with mail delivery/pickup times between the United States Postal Service and the County’s Mail Room, please make sure to send your documents well in advance of any potential deadlines. Also, please make sure to avoid e-filing late in the afternoon on the day of your deadline. The Cobb Superior Court Clerk’s Office makes every attempt to process filings timely and efficiently but we cannot be accountable for issues out of our control.


Thank you for taking the time to visit the Cobb County Superior Court Clerk’s new and improved website. It is our goal to provide useful information about our office while giving you the most efficient service to meet your needs. I hope you find it user friendly and easily accessible.


There exists a Clerk of Superior Court in each of the 159 counties across the state. The Clerk is an elected position established by the Constitution of the State of Georgia and as such, is a Constitutional officer. It’s duties are statutory in nature and are found in the Official Code of Georgia in hundreds of statutes created by the state legislature.


The Clerk of Superior Court is responsible for filing and maintaining all civil and criminal files, as well as the land and property records for all of Cobb County. The Clerk is considered the “Custodian of Record”. The Clerk’s office is divided into three main divisions: Courts Division; Real Estate Division; and Board of Equalization.

Should you have further questions regarding the Clerk’s office or its website, please call us at 770-528-1300.


Rebecca Keaton
Cobb Superior Court Clerk