From the Desk of Stacy M. Butterfield

Mar 09

[ARCHIVED] Easily Access Your Court and Official Records – 3 Things You Should Know

The original item was published from March 9, 2023 2:00 PM to March 9, 2023 2:03 PM

We know there are many government agencies. Each is the source of different information, so it can be confusing determining which agency to contact for which information.

Just remember, Clerk = Court & Official Records (deeds, mortgages, liens, notices of commencement, marriage licenses, and final court judgments)

1. What Records Can You Access Through the Clerk? 

We are your local source for court records, county financial reports, and official records, which include deeds, mortgages, liens, and notices of commencements. You can easily access these on our website. You can view, save, and print copies of these records for free from our website.

2. Need a Certified Copy or Can’t Find a Particular Record Online?

You can easily submit your public records request on our website as well. Save yourself a trip or phone and complete the online request process in two easy steps.

3. Protect Your Records with Fraud Alerts!

Our fraud alert service will send you a notice any time an official record (deed, mortgage, lien, notice of commencement, or final court judgment) is recorded using your name or property information. Sign up today!