Perry County Pennsylvania Court Records

Court Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1915)Perry County Courts
Perry Common Pleas Court2 East Main StreetNew BloomfieldPA17068717-582-2131
Perry County Courts
Duncannon Magistrate Court1010 North Lincoln StreetDuncannonPA17020717-834-4990
Loysville Magistrate Court3553 Shermans Valley RoadLoysvillePA17047717-789-4117
Newport Magistrate Court133 South 5th StreetNewportPA17074717-567-6365
Perry County District Attorney Office
Perry County District AttorneyPO Box 305New BloomfieldPA17068717-582-5120
Perry County DMV
Bloomfield PA Auto License Messenger7376 Spring RoadNew BloomfieldPA17068717-582-2400
Perry County Court Records Databases
Perry County Accident Reports
Perry County Child Support Warrants
Perry County Court Records
Perry County Criminal Records
Perry County Sheriff Website
Perry County Traffic & Parking Ticket Payment
Perry County Court Jury Duty Information
Perry County Jury Duty RequirementsConvicted Felons DisqualifiedYesPA
Perry County Jury Duty RequirementsEnglish RequiredYesPA
Perry County Jury Duty RequirementsResidency RequirementCounty Resident: 0 Days, State Resident: 0 DaysPA
Perry County Jury Duty RequirementsMinimum Age18PA
Perry County Jury Duty RequirementsTime Since Prior Jury Service3 yearsPA

Searching Court Records in Perry County Pennsylvania

You can search for Court Records in Perry County Pennsylvania by phone or online. The clerk of court’s office serves the following areas: Northeast Madison, Carroll Jackson, and Saville. You can also obtain information on court cases and pending cases by searching through the PA Archives. The PA Archives also contains copies of records from 1664 to 1780. The Prothonotary/Clerk of the Courts of this county maintains records of divorces, criminal felonies, and other civil actions.

The Recorder of Deeds Office is responsible for recording deeds and taxes. It also handles the probate of wills and grants letters. The Register of Wills office also handles probate proceedings and grants letters. In addition, the clerk of court in Perry County keeps records of all cemetery plots. You can find any kind of court records you may need on Perry County. If you are looking for Perry County property records, this guide can help.

In addition to court documents, Perry County residents can also search for land records and family records. The Register of Deeds maintains land records in the county and is responsible for the probate of wills. The Register of Wills also has jurisdiction over the probate of military discharges and other estates. In addition, the Register of Wills is the agent of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for realty transfer tax collections.

In addition to these two courts, Perry County has a Magisterial Court. The Magisterial Court is responsible for small claims and landlord-tenant disputes. Despite the fact that the Superior Court has the power to view public records, this court does not update regularly. If you want to find criminal history, you should visit the Magistrate Court. They are open to the public during normal business hours. The Commonwealth Court serves all other county courts.

The Perry County Orphans’ Court handles the proceedings that occur in the county. This court is the only court in the area with a significant number of children. This is the court of last resort for the children of a deceased person. It is important to check the status of any child in Perry County before granting them guardianship. The Orphans’ Court also maintains the death records of the deceased. You can search these records in Perry County by contacting the Orphans’ Court.

Expungement petitions are available through the Prothonotary’s office. You can also search for arrest and marriage records in this court. It is essential to consult these records as they will help you to determine the validity of your case. The criminal court is the only court in Perry County that will release divorced persons’ information. This office will help you to find the names of parents of those who passed away.