McIntosh County Georgia Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(989)McIntosh County Court Records Offices
Darien MVD Tag Office1200 North WayDarienGA31305912-437-6627
McIntosh County Court Records Offices
Darien Magistrate Court100 Madison StreetDarienGA31305912-437-4888
Darien Municipal Court106 Washington StreetDarienGA31305912-437-6686
Darien Public Defender102 Madison StreetDarienGA31305912-437-3880
Darien Superior Court312 North WayDarienGA31305912-437-3033
McIntosh County Court Records Databases
McIntosh County Accident Reports
McIntosh County Arrest Warrants
McIntosh County Child Support Warrants
McIntosh County Court Records
McIntosh County Criminal Records
McIntosh County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Mcintosh County Clerk's Office Traffic Citations
McIntosh County Court Jury Duty Information
McIntosh County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedNoGA
McIntosh County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredNoGA
McIntosh County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 1 DayGA
McIntosh County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18GA
McIntosh County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service2 yearsGA

Access Public Court Records in McIntosh County Georgia

Court Records in McIntosh County Georgia are maintained by the courts. It is easy to obtain all kinds of information from them. These records contain particulars of marriages, divorce, adoption, and various other civil matters. For instance, the marriage records will tell you the date and place of the ceremony as well as the name of the bride and groom along with their parents’ names and other relevant information. Divorce papers also come up with information on the couple and the reasons for the divorce.

Court Records in McIntosh County Georgia

Adoption records provide further details on the parents and the child involved. There may be conflicting reports regarding the adoptions. However, the county in which the adoptive parents live has all the necessary information regarding the same. To access the information, you need to go to the local courthouse in the county where the adoption was finalized. The same goes with divorce court records.

If you need to obtain some other information regarding a legal matter, such as a property tax or a fee dispute, you can do so with ease. Public court records in this part of the country are accessible to the general public. All you have to do is to visit the website of the court where the matter is pending and fill up the online form. Within a few seconds you will get all the information that you want about the case. The forms are available in English or in any other language that you may need. Information can also be obtained through mail and phone calls.

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