The Clerk of the Superior Court is charged with the responsibility to attend all court sessions and to file and maintain accurate records of the proceedings. The Clerk must sign and issue every summons of the court and provide access to its dockets and filed instruments both in civil and criminal cases.
It is the responsibility of the Clerk of the Superior Court to record all of the county’s deeds, mortgages, liens, bills of sale which evidence the title to real and personal property. In addition, the office of the Clerk is charged with the recording of business and trade names.
It is also the Clerk’s responsibility to appoint Notaries Public who reside in the county.
Effective January 1, 2009:
TO REQUEST COPIES BY MAIL:
The Clerk’s office requires a written request with advanced payment to receive copies through the mail. The following is the cost for the most often requested court documents. Payments for copies need to be made by cashiers check or money order (NO PERSONAL CHECKS).
Final Divorce Decree with an Agreement
$9.00 for regular copies
$24.00 for certified copies
Final Divorce Decree without an Agreement and other final Consent Orders (Custody, condemnation…)
$3.00 for regular copies
$10.00 for certified copies
$3.00 Disposition regular copies
$8.00 Disposition certified copies
Criminal Disposition Package
$5.00 for regular copies
$14.00 for certified copies (final disposition, plea statement, plea questionnaire, indictment, revocation order or consent order)
COPIES IF YOU COME TO SUPERIOR COURT IN PERSON OR BY COURIER:
Regular copies of all other documents – $.50 per page plus $2.00 per document for certified copies.
The page count for Real Estate documents is listed in the data on this website.
All copies may be obtained through the mail or in person at the Clerk’s office:
Clerk of Superior Court
PO Box 3370
Marietta, GA 30061
Please enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope.