Clerk of Courts

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Clerk of Courts

Superior Court is responsible for maintaining:

  • Court records.


  • Recording real estate transactions such as warranty deeds, quit claim deeds, security deeds, assignments, right-of-way deeds, easements, and property plats.


  • Recording fi fas, military discharges (DD214), trade names, and UCCs (Uniform Commercial Code).
    • DD214 are recorded in the Clerk of Courts office free of charge and any copies needed are also free. Both regular and certified copies are available at any time upon your request. It is very important to have them recorded in the County you reside upon your release from the military.


  • Filing and collecting Worth County and State traffic tickets and fines.


  • Collecting juvenile probation fines, property transfer taxes.


  • Filing criminal cases.


  • Maintaining criminal warrants.


  • Filing civil cases such as divorces/annulments, adoptions, name changes, habeas corpus cases, suits for damages, garnishments, and repossessions.


  • Issuing notary appointments.


  • Assisting in jury selection.


  • Keeping election ballots for the statutory time limit of two years.


  • Assisting the general public with obtaining various court records.