Clerk of Superior Court
Purpose & Responsibilities
The Paulding County Clerk of Superior Court is a vital administrative office in the Judicial system of Georgia. The office of the Clerk maintains records and processes paperwork according to the orders of the Court.
As a mandated office, we are responsible for the maintenance of the records for civil actions and criminal felonies. The types of records include civil and criminal proceedings, real estate documents, and various other vital records. The Clerk of Superior Court also administers the jury system.
The office of the Clerk of Superior Court is an elected office. The citizens of Pauling County elect the Clerk of Superior Court to administer the proper registration and retention of official documents.
***OUR JUROR LINE HAS CHANGED DUE TO A PHONE LINE OUTAGE WITHIN THE COUNTY GOVERMENT OFFICES. THE CORRECT NUMBER TO CALL ON THE FRIDAY PRIOR TO YOUR SERVICE DATE IS (678)-383-3333. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.***
Please be mindful our Clerk's are prohibited from giving legal advice.
The Clerk’s Office no longer issues Passports. Click here for additional information.
The Office of the Clerk of Superior Court consists of three divisions:
To view all cases visit our website
Mandatory E-Filing for Civil Cases
Deed Records are available for E-filing at Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority and Simplifile