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The State of Georgia operates an extensive and diverse court system to deal with the many cases that arise from its population of nearly 9.4 million residents. From the Georgia Supreme Court down through the Court of Appeals and numerous other venues to the municipal courts, Georgia courtrooms process tens of thousands of cases annually.

About Georgia's Supreme Court:

Until Georgia’s constitution was amended in 1835, there was no appellate court in the state. Even then, it was 1845 before the Georgia Supreme Court was actually established.

Prior to that date, the only way to correct judicial error in Georgia was to be granted a new trial before a new jury in the local courtroom. Cases were characterized by a lack of uniformity. In 1828, Gov. John Forsyth, later U.S. secretary of state under presidents Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren, commented: “(Then) eight judges of the Superior Court, each confined to the circuit for which he was elected, supreme in his authority, not bound by the decisions of his predecessors or contemporaries and not always by his own, while these will be in their turn disregarded by his successor, there can neither be uniformity nor certainty in the laws for the security of the rights of persons or property. … Property is held and recovered in one part and lost in another part of the state under like circumstances. Rights are asserted and maintained in one circuit and denied in another, in analogous cases.”

Establishing the Georgia Supreme Court created the sort of appellate court needed to ensure uniformity and fairness in the law statewide. Skeptics suggested that within 10 years of its creation, the court would have heard and determined any questions or disputes of law and have made itself obsolete, but clearly the nature of law and life continue to change and the Georgia Supreme Court remains vital to the state to this day.

The 1983 Georgia Constitution provides that the Supreme Court shall be a court of review and shall exercise exclusive appellate jurisdiction in all cases involving the construction of a treaty, disputes regarding the constitutionality of a law or ordinance, all election disputes. The court has general appellate jurisdiction over cases involving land titles, equity cases, wills, all habeas corpus cases, cases involving extraordinary remedies, divorce and alimony disputes, cases certified to it by the Court of Appeals and all cases in which a death penalty has been or could be imposed.

Also, the Supreme Court may answer any question of law from any state or federal appellate court and review by certiorari cases of the Court of Appeals which are deemed to be of considerable gravity or great public importance.

The seven justices of the Georgia Supreme Court are elected by the state’s voters, as is the chief justice, who at present is Leah Ward Sears.

In addition to links that take a computer user to the court’s opinions, the Supreme Court’s Web site includes a docket search feature, contact information, directions to the court, and a list of frequently asked questions.

Court of Appeals of Georgia:

The Georgia Court of Appeals was established by amending the Georgia constitution in 1906. Under the new constitution in 1983, the court was declared a court of review; it exercises appellate and certiorari jurisdiction in all cases not reserved for the Supreme Court.

The court is located at 47 Trinity Ave. in Atlanta. It seats 12 judges in divisions of three judges each for hearing and determining cases. Should one of the three judges dissent, then the case is heard by the full court. Judges are elected to six-year terms on the court by the state’s voters, but the chief judge, presently Anne Elizabeth Barnes, is chosen by vote of the judges themselves.

A docket search feature and the court’s rules are among the features of the Georgia Court of Appeals Web site.

Georgia Superior Courts:

Georgia’s superior courts are trial courts of general jurisdiction. They have exclusive jurisdiction over trials in felony cases except where the offenders are juveniles as provided by law. They also have jurisdiction over cases involving titles to land, divorces and equity cases, and maintain some appellate jurisdiction over lower courts. The court also holds exclusive jurisdiction over declaratory judgments, habeas corpus, mandamus, quo warranto and prohibition.

The state’s superior courts are organized into 10 judicial districts, comprised of 49 judicial circuits. Each county has its own superior court, though a judge may serve more than one county. A chief judge handles the administrative tasks for each circuit. Superior court judges are elected to four-year terms via nonpartisan, circuit-wide races.

About Georgia State Courts

Despite their name, Georgia’s state courts are courts of countywide jurisdiction, except for one court that encompasses two counties. There are 87 such state courts with uniform jurisdiction as provided by law.

The state courts were established by a 1970 legislative act designating certain existing countywide courts of limited jurisdiction as “state courts.” These courts exercise jurisdiction over all misdemeanor violations, including traffic cases, and all civil actions regardless of amount claimed, unless the superior court has exclusive jurisdiction on the topic.

State courts also are authorized to hold hearings on applications for issuance of search and arrest warrants, and the courts are empowered to hold preliminary hearings in criminal matters. The state constitution also grants state courts the authority to review some lower court decisions.

The Georgia General Assembly creates state courts by local legislation, which also establishes the number of judges in the court and whether those positions are full- or part-time. State court judges are elected to four-year terms in nonpartisan, countywide elections. State court judges maintain their own Web site as one of the functions of the Council of State Court Judges.

Georgia's Juvenile Courts

Each Georgia county has its own juvenile court. The purpose of these courts is to “protect the well-being of children, provide guidance and control conducive to child welfare and the best interests of the state, and secure care for children removed from their homes.”

The court’s exclusive, original jurisdiction extends to delinquent children under the age of 17 and “deprived or unruly children” under the age of 18. Juvenile courts have concurrent jurisdiction with superior courts in cases involving capital felonies, custody and child support cases, and proceedings to terminate parental rights. The superior courts have original jurisdiction over those juveniles who commit certain serious felonies, while the juvenile court has jurisdiction over minors committing traffic offenses, enlisting in the military, seeking consent to marry, and cases involving the Interstate Compact on Juveniles.

Juvenile court judges are appointed by the circuit’s superior court judge to serve terms of four years.

Georgia Probate Courts

Georgia’s probate courts, formerly called “courts of ordinary,” exercise exclusive, original jurisdiction in the probate of wills, administration of estates, appointment of guardians and involuntary hospitalization of incapacitated adults and other individuals.

Each county has a probate court with one probate judge who administers oaths of office to public officials, and issues marriage licenses. Probate judges may hold habeas corpus hearings or preside over preliminary hearings on criminal matters. Unless a jury trial is requested, probate court judges may also hear certain misdemeanors, traffic cases and violations of state game and fish laws in counties where there is no state court to hear such matters. When authorized to do so by local statute, the probate judges serve as election supervisors and make appointments to certain public offices.

In counties with populations greater than 96,000, a party to a civil case may request a jury trial in probate court via written demand filed with their first pleading. Appeals from such civil cases may be to the Supreme Court or the Court of Appeals, depending on the particular matter.

Most probate court judges are elected to four-year terms in countywide, partisan elections.

Georgia Magistrate Courts

Under Georgia’s 1983 constitution, justice of the peace courts, small claims courts and one county court became magistrate courts.

These courts maintain uniform jurisdiction as provided by law to cases including contracts and personal property damage, injury, or conversion cases where the amount involved does not exceed set amounts. In criminal cases they may issue warrants and sit as courts of inquiry, binding the accused over to a higher court or discharging him. They also may administer oaths, take affidavits and perform marriages.

Magistrate court judges are elected to four-year terms by the voters of their respective counties.

 

About Georgia's Other Courts:

Some 400 local courts also are part of the Georgia legal system. These special courts and courts serving incorporated municipalities operate under various names and with varying jurisdictions and duties.

Courts of incorporated municipalities try cases of municipal ordinance violations, issue criminal warrants, conduct preliminary hearings, and might have concurrent jurisdiction over shoplifting case and cases involving possession of one ounce or less of marijuana.

Qualifications to be selected and serve as a municipal judge can vary and are set by local legislation.

 
GA Court Web Sites

Cherokee County Magistrate Court

Cobb County Superior Court

Georgia Courts

Liberty County Clerk of Courts

Supreme Court of Georgia

Gwinnett Judicial Circuit, Lawrenceville

Courts of Chatham County

www.nCourt.com

Bartow County

Chatham County

Bibb County

Floyd County

Lee County

Paulding County

Augusta Judicial Circuit Court - Serving Columbia, Richmond and Burke Counties

Jasper County Magistrate Court - Electronic Court Website

United States District Court - Southern District of Georgia

United States District Court - Middle District of Georgia

United States District Court - Northern District of Georgia

United States Bankruptcy Court - Middle District of Georgia

United States Bankruptcy Court - Northern District of Georgia

United States Bankruptcy Court - Southern District of Georgia

Court of Appeals of The State of Georgia - Calendar, Docket/Case Search and Opinions.

Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts - Court Services, General Counsel and Research and Planning.

 
County Courthouses throughout GA, with Address and Phone Numbers

Alkinson County
P.O. Box 855
Pearson, GA 31642

Telephone: (912) 422-3552


Appling County
Court House Square
Baxley, GA 31513-2028

Telephone: (912) 367-8114


Bacon County
P.O. Box 356
Alma, GA 31510

Telephone: (912) 632-5214


Baker County
Probate Court
P.O. Box 548
Newton, GA 31770

Telephone: (912) 734-3007


Baldwin County
201 Hancock
Milledgeville, GA 31061-3346

Telephone: (912) 453-4007


Banks County
144 Yonah Homer Rd.
Homer, GA 30547-0130

Telephone: (706) 677-2320


Barrow County
30 N. Broad St., Suite 321
Winder, GA 30680-1973

Telephone: (770) 307-3001


Bartow County
135 West Cherokee Ave., Suite 243
Cartersville, GA 30120-0543

Telephone: (770) 387-5075


Ben Hill County
401 E. Central Ave.
Fitzgerald, GA 31750-2597

Telephone: (912) 423-2317


Berrien County
101 East Marion Ave., Suite 2
Nashville, GA 31639

Telephone: (912) 686-5213


Bibb County
601 Mulberry St., Room 101
Macon, GA 31201

Telephone: (912) 749-6495


Bleckley County
306 S.E. 2nd St.
Cochran, GA 31014-1633

Telephone: (912) 934-3204


Brantley County
P.O. Box 207
Nahunta, GA 31553-0398

Telephone: (912) 462-5192


Brooks County
P.O. Box 665
Quitman, GA 31643

Telephone: (912) 263-5567


Bryan County
P.O. Box H
Pembroke, GA 31321

Telephone: (912) 653-4681


Bulloch County
P.O. Box 1005
Statesboro, GA 30459

Telephone: (912) 489-8749


Burke County
P.O. Box 322
Waynesboro, GA 30830

Telephone: (706) 554-3000


Butts County
P.O. Box 91
Jackson, GA 30233

Telephone: (770) 775-8204


Calhoun County
Courthouse Square
101 School St.
Morgan, GA 31766

Telephone: (912) 849-2115


Camden County
200 E. 4th St., Courthouse Square
Woodbine, GA 31569

Telephone: (912) 576-5601


Candler County
Probate Court
Courthouse Square
Metter, GA 30439

Telephone: (912) 685-2357


Carroll County
P.O. Box 338, Room 204
Carrollton, GA 30117-3124

Telephone: (770) 830-5840


Charlton County
100 S. 3rd St.
Folkston, GA 31537

Telephone: (912) 496-2230


Chatham County
P.O. Box 10227
Savannah, GA 31412

Telephone: (912) 652-7198


Chattahoochee County
P.O. Box 120
Cusseta, GA 31805

Telephone: (706) 989-3424


Chattooga County
P.O. Box 467
Summerville, GA 30747-0467


Cherokee County
90 North St., Suite 340
Canton, GA 30114-2724

Telephone: (770) 479-0541


Clark County
325 East Washington, Room 215
Athens, GA 30601-4514

Telephone: (706) 613-3320


Clay County
P.O. Box 448
Fort Gaines, GA 31751

Telephone: (912) 768-2445


Clayton County
121 S. McDonough St.
Jonesboro, GA 30236-3651

Telephone: (770) 477-3299


Clinch County
100 Court Square.
Homerville, GA 31634-1415

Telephone: (912) 487-5523


Probate Court of Cobb County
32 Waddell St.
Marietta, GA 30060

Telephone: (770) 528-1900


Coffee County
109 South Peterson Ave.
Douglas, GA 31533-3815


Colquitt County
P.O. Box 264
Moultrie, GA 31776

Telephone: (912) 891-7415


Columbia County
1956 Appling Harlem Hwy.
Appling, GA 30802-0100

Telephone: (706) 541-1254


Cook County Probate Court
212 N. Hutchinson Ave.
Adel, GA 31620-2413

Telephone: (912) 896-3941


Coweta County
22 E. Broad St.
Newnan, GA 30263

Telephone: (770) 254-2640


Crawford County
P.O. Box 1028
Roberta, GA31078

Telephone: (912) 836-3313


Crisp County
Probate Court
P.O. Box 26
Cordele, GA 31010-0026

Telephone: (912) 276-2621


Dade County
Probate Court
P.O. Box 605
Trenton, GA 30752-0417


Dawson County
P.O. Box 252
Dawsonville, GA 30534

Telephone: (706) 265-2525


Decatur County
P.O. Box 234
Bainbridge, GA 31718


DeKalb County Health Department
445 Winn Way
Decatur, GA 30030

Telephone: (404) 294-3700


Dodge County
P.O. Box 4276
Eastman, GA 31023

Telephone: (912) 374-2871


Dooly County Probate Court
104 2nd St. South, Room 11
Vienna, GA 31092

Telephone: (912) 268-4217


Dougherty County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1827
Albany, GA 31702

Telephone: (912) 431-2102


Douglas County Clerk of Court
8700 Hospital Dr.
Douglasville, GA 30134-4501

Telephone: (770) 920-7252


Early County
Courthouse, Room 8
Blakely, GA 31723-0525

Telephone: (912) 723-3454


Echols County Probate Court
P.O. Box 118 (P.O. Box 213 for divorce records)
Statenville, GA 31648

Telephone: (912) 559-7526


Effingham County
P.O. Box 802
Springfield, GA 31329

Telephone: (912) 754-3257


Elbert County Courthouse
Elberton, GA 30635-1498

Telephone: (706) 283-2016


Emanual County
P.O. Drawer 70
Swainsboro, GA 30401-2078

Telephone: (912) 237-7091


Evans County
Courthouse Square
P.O. Box 852
Claxton, GA 30417

Telephone: (912) 739-4080


Fannin County
Probate Court
P.O. Box 245
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Telephone: (706) 632-3011


Fayette County
145 Johnson Ave.
Fayetteville, GA 30214-2157

Telephone: (770) 461-9555


Floyd County Probate Court
3 Government Plaza, Suite 201
Rome, GA 30162

Telephone: (706) 291-5136


Forsyth County
100 Courthouse Square, Room 150
Cumming, GA 30040

Telephone: (770) 781-2140


Franklin County
P.O. Box 70
Carnesville, GA 30521

Telephone: (706) 384-2514


Fulton County
136 Pryor St. SW, Suite #C-230
Atlanta, GA 30303

Telephone: (404) 730-4070


Gilmer County Probate Court
1 Westside Square
Ellijay, GA 30540

Telephone: (706) 635-4763


Glascock County
Courthouse
62 E. Main St., P.O. Box 231
Gibson, GA 30810-3241

Telephone: (706) 598-2084


Glynn County
P.O. Box 938
Brunswick, GA 31521

Telephone: (912) 267-5626


Gordon County
Probate Court
P.O. Box 669
Calhoun, GA 30703

Telephone: (706) 629-7314


Grady County Courthouse
Probate Court
250 N. Broad St., Box 1
Cairo, GA 31728-4101

Telephone: (912) 377-4621


Greene County
113 C North Main St.
Greensboro, GA 30642-1109

Telephone: (706) 453-3346


Gwinnett County Probate Court
Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center
75 Langly Dr.
Lawrenceville, GA 30045-6900

Telephone: (770) 822-8265


Habersham County Courthouse
Probate Court
P.O. Box 625
Clarkesville, GA 30523

Telephone: (706) 754-2013


Hall County
P.O. Box 1275
Gainesville, GA 30503

Telephone: (770) 531-7000


Hancock County Probate Court
Courthouse Square
Sparta, GA 31087

Telephone: (706) 444-5343


Haralson County
P.O. Box 620
Buchanan, GA 30113-0488

Telephone: (770) 646-2008


Harris County Probate Court
P.O. Box 569
Hamilton, GA 31811-0528

Telephone: (706) 628-5038


Hart County
P.O. Box 1159
Hartwell, GA 30643

Telephone: (706) 376-2565


Heard County
P.O. Box 478
Franklin, GA 30217

Telephone: (706) 675-3353


Henry County
20 Lawrenceville St.
Mc Donough, GA 30253-3425

Telephone: (770) 954-2303


Houston County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1801
Perry, GA 31069-1801

Telephone: (912) 987-2770


Irwin County Probate Court
301 S. Irwin Ave.
Ocilla, GA 31774

Telephone: (912) 468-5138


Jackson County
85 Washington St.
Jefferson, GA 30549

Telephone: (706) 367-6366


Jasper County
Probate Court
Monticello, GA 31064

Telephone: (706) 468-4903


Jeff Davis County
P.O. Box 13
Hazlehurst, GA 31539

Telephone: (912) 375-6626

 

Jefferson County
P.O. Box 307
Louisville, GA 30434

Telephone: (912) 625-3258


Jenkins County Probate Court
P.O. Box 904
Millen, GA 30442-0904

Telephone: (912) 982-5581


Johnson County
P.O. Box 264
Wrightsville, GA 31096

Telephone: (912) 864-3316


Jones County
P.O. Box 1359
Gray, GA 31032

Telephone: (912) 986-6668


Lamar County Probate Court
326 Thomaston St.
Barnesville, GA 30204-1669

Telephone: (770) 358-5155


Lanier County Probate Court
100 Main St.
Lakeland, GA 31635-1146

Telephone: (912) 482-3668


Laurens County Probate Court
P.O. Box 2098
Dublin, GA 31040

Telephone: (912) 272-2566


Lee County Probate Court
P.O. Box 28
Leesburg, GA 31763

Telephone: (912) 876-3113


Liberty County Probate Court
P.O. Box 94
Hinesville, GA 31310

Telephone: (912) 876-3571


Lincoln County Superior Court
P.O. Box 340
Lincolnton, GA 30817

Telephone: (706) 359-4444


Long County Probate Court
McDonald St.
P.O. Box 426
Ludowici, GA 31316

Telephone: (912) 545-2131


Lowndes County Probate Court
P.O. Box 72
Valdosta, GA 31603

Telephone: (912) 333-5103


Lumpkin County
99 Courthouse Hill, Suite C
Dahlonega, GA 30533

Telephone: (706) 864-3847


Macon County Probate Office
P.O. Box 216
Oglethorpe, GA 31068

Telephone: (912) 472-7685


Madison County Probate Office
P.O. Box 207
Danielsville, GA 30633-


Marion County Probate Court
Broad St.
Courthouse Square, P.O. Box 207
Buena Vista, GA 31803

Telephone: (912) 649-5542


McDuffie County Probate Court
P.O. Box 2028
Thomson, GA 30824

Telephone: (706) 595-2124


McIntosh County Probate Court
P.O. Box 453
Darien, GA 31305

Telephone: (912) 437-6636


Meriwether County Probate
P.O. Box 608
Greenville, GA 30222

Telephone: (706) 672-4952


Miller County Probate Court
155 S. 1st St., Box 1
Colquitt, GA 31737-1284

Telephone: (912) 758-4110


Mitchell County Probate Court
P.O. Box 229
Camilla, GA 31730

Telephone: (912) 336-2016


Monroe County Probate Court
P.O. Box 187
Forsyth, GA 31029-0187

Telephone: (912) 994-7036


Montgomery County Probate Court
P.O. Box 302
Mount Vernon, GA 30445

Telephone: (912) 583-2681


Morgan County Probate Court
Morgan County Courthouse
Madison, GA 30650-1346

Telephone: (706) 342-1373


Murray County Probate Court
115 Fort St.
Chatsworth, GA 30705

Telephone: (706) 695-3812


Muscogee County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1340
Columbus, GA 31902

Telephone: (706) 653-4331


Newton County Probate Court
1124 Clark St.
Covington, GA 30014

Telephone: (770) 784-2045


Oconee County Probate Court
P.O. Box 54
Watkinsville, GA 30677-2438

Telephone: (706) 769-3935


Oglethorpe County Probate Court
P.O. Box 70
Lexington, GA 30648-0261


Paulding County Probate Court
11 Courthouse Square, Room 106
Dallas, GA 30132-1401

Telephone: (770) 443-7541


Peach County Probate Court
P.O. Box 327
Fort Valley, GA 31030

Telephone: (912) 825-2313


Pickens County Probate Court
50 N. Main St.
Jasper, GA 30143

Telephone: (706) 692-2515


Pierce County Probate Court
P.O. Box 406
Blackshear, GA 31516-1599

Telephone: (912) 449-2029


Pike County Probate Court
P.O. Box 324
Zebulon, GA 30295

Telephone: (770) 567-8734


Polk County Probate Court
Polk County Courthouse
Cedartown, GA 30125

Telephone: (770) 749-2128


Pulaski County Probate Court
P.O. Box 156
Hawkinsville, GA 31036

Telephone: (912) 783-2061


Putnam County Probate Court
100 South Jefferson Ave.
Eatonton, GA 31024-1087

Telephone: (706) 485-5476


Quitman County Probate Court
P.O. Box 7
Georgetown, GA 31754

Telephone: (912) 334-2224


Rabun County Probate Court
25 Courthouse Square, Box 15
Clayton, GA 30525

Telephone: (706) 782-3614


Randolph County Probate Court
P.O. Box 424
Cuthbert, GA 31740

Telephone: (912) 732-2671


Richmond County Probate Court
530 Green St.
Augusta, GA 30911-0001

Telephone: (706) 821-2434


Rockdale County Probate Court
922 Court St., Room 107
Conyers, GA 30012

Telephone: (770) 929-4000


Schley County Courthouse
P.O. Box 385
Ellaville, GA 31806-0385

Telephone: (912) 937-2905


Screven County Probate Court
216 Mims Rd., Rm. 107
Sylvania, GA 30467-2026

Telephone: (912) 564-2783


Seminole County Probate Court
County Probate Court Courthouse
200 S. Knox Ave.
Donalsonville, GA 31745

Telephone: (912) 524-5015


Spalding County
132 E. Solomon St.
Griffin, GA 30224

Telephone: (770) 228-9900


Stephens County Probate Court
205 North Alexander Street, Room 108
Toccoa, Georgia 30577

Telephone: (706) 886-2828


Stewart County Probate Court
P.O. Box 876
Lumpkin, GA 31815

Telephone: (912) 838-4394


Sumter County Probate Court
P.O. Box 246
Americus, GA 31709

Telephone: (912) 924-7693


Talbot County Probate Court
P.O. Box 157
Talbotton, GA 31827

Telephone: (706) 665-8866


Taliaferro County Probate Court
P.O. Box 264
Crawfordville, GA 30631-0264

Telephone: (706) 456-2253


Tattnall County Probate Court
P.O. Box 699
Reidsville, GA 30453

Telephone: (912) 557-6719


Taylor County Probate Court
P.O. Box 536
Butler, GA 31006

Telephone: (912) 862-3357


Telfair County Probate Court
Courthouse Square
McRae, GA 31055-2599

Telephone: (912) 868-6038


Terrell County Probate Court
P.O. Box 67
Dawson, GA 31742

Telephone: (912) 995-5515


Thomas County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1582
Thomasville, GA 31799

Telephone: (912) 225-4116


Tift County Probate Court
P.O. Box 792
Tifton, GA 31793

Telephone: (912) 386-7913


Toombs County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1370
Lyons, GA 30436

Telephone: (912) 526-8696


Towns County Probate Court
48 River St.
Suite C
Hiawassee, GA 30546

Telephone: (706) 896-3467


Treutlen County Probate Court
200 Georgia Ave. W
Soperton, GA 30457

Telephone: (912) 529-3342


Troup County Probate Court
900 Dallis St.
La Grange, GA 30240

Telephone: (706) 883-1690


Turner County Probate Court
P.O. Box 2506
Ashburn, GA 31714-2506

Telephone: (912) 567-2151


Twiggs County Probate Court
P.O. Box 307
Jeffersonville, GA 31044

Telephone: (912) 945-3252


Union County Probate Court
114 Courthouse St., Box 8
Blairsville, GA 30512-9201

Telephone: (706) 745-2654


Upson County Probate Court
P.O. Box 906
Thomaston, GA 30286-0012

Telephone: (706) 647-7015


Walker County Probate Court
P.O. Box 436
La Fayette, GA 30728

Telephone: (706) 638-2852


Walton County Probate Court
P.O. Box 629
Monroe, GA 30655

Telephone: (770) 267-1345


Ware County Probate Court
800 Church St., Room 105
Waycross, GA 31501

Telephone: (912) 287-4315


Warren County Probate Court
P.O. Box 364
Warrenton, GA 30828-0364

Telephone: (706) 465-2227


Washington County Probate Court
P.O. Box 669
Sandersville, GA 31082-1511

Telephone: (912) 552-3304


Wayne County Probate Court
P.O. Box 1093
Jesup, GA 31598

Telephone: (912) 427-5940


Webster County Probate Court
P.O. Box 135
Preston, GA 31824-0135

Telephone: (912) 828-3615


Wheeler County Probate Court
P.O. Box 477
Alamo, GA 30411-0477

Telephone: (912) 568-7133


White County Probate Court
59 S. Main St., Suite H
Cleveland, GA 30528-0185

Telephone: (706) 865-4141


Whitfield County Probate Court
301 W. Crawford St.
Dalton, GA 30720-4205

Telephone: (706) 275-7400


Wilcox County Probate Court
103 N. Broad St.
Abbeville, GA 31001

Telephone: (912) 467-2220


Wilkes County Probate Court
23 E. Court St., Room 422
Washington, GA 30673-1570

Telephone: (706) 678-2523


Wilkinson County Probate Court
P.O. Box 201
Irwinton, GA 31042-0201

Telephone: (912) 946-2222


Worth County Probate Court
P.O. Box 786
Sylvester, GA 31791-0786

Telephone: (912) 776-8207

   
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