NOTICE: Beginning September 1, 2020
ALL UCC FILINGS (initial filings, amended filings, continuations, and terminations) MUST BE E-FILED
NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Statewide Judicial State of Emergency has been extended to OCTOBER 10, 2020. Public Records ARE available for public view. Please call ahead to use the Records Room or the Public Search Terminals. You CAN make an appointment so that your space is guaranteed for the time of your appointment. Appointment are NOT required, however we are enforcing social distancing and room may be limited.
Please click the link to read Chief Justice Melton's Emergency Judicial Order:
*PT-61 form creation
*Adoptions (not public)
*Pending or disposed of crimal cases
*Dead Docket cases
*Questions regarding background checks or expungements
All Juvenile Records in the Juvenile Docket are sealed unless a judge's order has been issued to unseal the record, with the exception of individuals who are party to a case pertaining to him/herself.
For more information about aquiring a passport, passport pictures, and passport fees...
For residents of Terrell County, bring your completed application to the Clerks' Office. If you live in another county, you must obtain your notary public commission from that county.
Terrell County Notary Fee $41
Military Discharge Records are recorded in the county where the veteran lives or lived at the time of his/her discharge. Recorded DD-214 forms may be requested by either the veteran, an immediate family member, or the power of attorney for the veteran. There is no fee for DD-214s.
The jury lists are drawn from jury pools created from driver's license records and voter registration records. If you have an address that lists a Terrell County residence on either your driver's license OR your voter registration card, you may end up as part of a jury pool. For more information...
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