Wilkinson County Clerk of Court



News
Bulk Lien eFiling is now available!
Posted on 7/21/2016 10:36:25 AM

Bulk Lien eFiling  

 

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CIVIL EFILING IN WILKINSON SUPERIOR COURT! JUST GO TO WWW.PEACHCOURT.COM
Posted on 2/11/2016 10:02:59 AM
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Important Links
Posted on 9/11/2012 10:02:18 AM
Official Organ; Important Iinks; Child Support Services; Ocmulgee CASA
Posted on 9/11/2012 9:58:05 AM
Official Legal Organ  Important Links The Official Legal Organ of Wilkinson County is the Wilkinson County Post. Wilkinson County PostPost Office Box 224Irwinton, GA 31042Phone: 478-946-7272Fax: 478-946-7220 email: post@windstream.net  Real Estate and UCC Index Passport Applications, Laws & Procedures Notary Public Online Application Site Find Property in County Juror Affidavit Trade Name Registration Child Support Calculator Military Affidavit; Recording DD214 UCC eFilingwww.rblfamilylaw.com Office of Child Support Services Ocmulgee CASA A. Douglas Newsome ADAEvelyn P. Luton ADA2930 Heritage Place NE Suite 101Milledgeville, GA 31061Phone: 478-445-4761Fax: 478-445-4806   Lori Maxey MuggridgeDirector Ocmulgee CASA100 ABC DriveP O Box 1586Milledgeville, GA  31061478/452-9170website address: www.gacasa.org
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Directions to the Courthouse
Posted on 9/11/2012 9:53:28 AM

Directions to Wilkinson County Courthouse

100 Bacon Street
Irwinton, Georgia 31042

 

From Macon
Head southeast on US-41-BR/Walnut St toward 2nd St
Turn left at 2nd St/GA-22 E
Slight right toward Emery Hwy/US-129-ALT S/US-23 S
Slight right at Emery Hwy/US-129-ALT S/US-23 S
Turn left at GA-87-CONN/Ocmulgee E Blvd
Turn right at Jeffersonville Rd/US-80
Continue on GA-57/Irwington Rd
Continue to follow GA-57
Turn right at Hatfield St

 

From Milledgeville
Head west on GA-49 W/E Hancock St toward N Wayne St
Continue to follow GA-49 W
Turn left at Milledgeville W Bypass/US-441 S
Continue to follow US-441 S
Continue on US-441-BYP S
Turn left at GA-57/W Main St
Turn right at Hatfield St

 

From Atlanta
Take the ramp on the left onto I-75 S/I-85 S
Continue to follow I-75 S
Take exit 165 on the left for I-16 E/Jim L Gillis Hwy toward Savannah 
Merge onto I-16 E 
Take exit 2 for Coliseum Dr/Ml King Jr Blvd/US-80/GA-87 
Turn left at Coliseum Dr
Turn right at Emery Hwy/US-129-ALT S/US-23 S
Turn left at GA-87-CONN/Ocmulgee E Blvd 
Turn right at Jeffersonville Rd/US-80 
Continue on GA-57/Irwington Rd
Continue to follow GA-57 
Turn right at Hatfield St
Jurisdiction
Posted on 9/11/2012 9:53:08 AM
  • Felony and Misdemeanor criminal proceedings
  • Civil actions 
  • Garnishments
  • Domestic actions
  • Name changes
  • Family violence actions
  • Land registrations
  • Land condemnations
  • Uniform support for dependant children
  • Land records, including historical records, charters, financing statements, executions, federal and state tax liens, hospital liens and other materials mandated by law to be recorded collection of fines, filing fees associated with the various cases and real estate transactions, Georgia transfer tax and intangible tax.
  • Notary Public appointments
    For information concerning notaries see the link indicated on the Clerk section.  If a notary moves to a new address within the county of his or her commission as a notary, or if his or her telephone number changes, the notary must notify the Clerk of the Superior Court in that county of the old address and the new address.  The notary must also send a copy of the change of address letter to the Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Association.  The letter has to be done within 30 days.   Also if the notary has a change in their name, they must notify the Clerk of the old name, the new name, the new signature and any new address.  A copy of that letter has to be sent to the GSCCCA also.  The notary can not sign the new name until the Clerk has received the notice of change, the confirmation of the name change has been received from the Clerk, and a new seal in the new name has been obtained.
  • Criminal History Search Policy
Georgia Secure License & ID Cards
Posted on 8/23/2012 1:33:21 PM

Georgia Dept of Driver Services (DDS) Launches Secure ID Program for GA Drivers License & ID Cards

 

Starting July 3, 2012, all Georgia residents who are applying for their first GA Drivers License (DL) and/or Identification Card (ID), and those who are renewing an existing GA DL/ID, or who are reinstating a suspended DL, will be issued a Secure ID.

A Secure ID ensures that Georgia will continue to produce the most secure Driver's License's (DL) and identification (ID) cards that our state has ever produced.  It will also place Georgia in compliance with the Federal Real ID Act of 2005, which prohibits the federal government from accepting drivers licenses or IDs issued by non-compliant states to board a commercial flight or enter a federal building.  The new Secure ID process will be phased-in with existing licenses and IDs remaining valid until the expiration date.

For more information on the new Secure ID,  frequently asked questions and the DDS brochure click this link http://www.dds.ga.gov/secureid/index.aspx and this will take you to the documents.

 

New Plat Law Effective on July 1, 2012 (Requires Digital copies of Plats)
Posted on 6/15/2012 11:18:52 AM

UNIFORM PROCEDURES FOR COMPLYING WITH PLAT LAWS  

Effective July 1, 2012 

(PURSUANT TO ACT 599 OF THE GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY)

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UCC eFiling
Posted on 5/16/2012 12:41:47 PM

UCC eFiling is now available in Wilkinson County! 

File your UCCs from the convenience of your office or home!

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PRESS RELEASE ON PUBLIC RECORDS
Posted on 5/16/2012 12:28:20 PM

The Superior Court Clerks’ Association of Georgia, Inc. wants to inform the state’s citizens of the existence of private companies sending letters to home and property owners offering a retrieval service to provide the property owner with a copy of their “Grant Deed”. 

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PRESS RELEASE ON MANDATORY CONTINUING EDUCATION
Posted on 5/16/2012 12:19:10 PM

Wilkinson County Superior Court Clerk Cinda Bright attended the 2012 mandatory continuing judicial education annual spring seminar for superior court clerks of Georgia on April 30th thru May 3, 2012.

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