Thomaston Clerk

Find Thomaston Alabama clerk, including county, city, and circuit clerk, and clerk of court. Clerks provide information on public court records and legal documents, criminal, jail, and arrest records, marriage licenses, divorce, judicial, and probate records, businesses liens, notary services, real estate taxes and voter registration services.

Thomaston Clerk 154 Main Street Thomaston AL 36783 334-627-3434

Marengo County Circuit Court 101 East Coats Avenue Linden AL 36748 10.4 miles from Thomaston 334-295-2224

Demopolis Clerk 103 West Fulton Street Demopolis AL 36732 21.5 miles from Thomaston 334-289-5933

Thomasville City Clerk 559 West Front Street Thomasville AL 36784 25.0 miles from Thomaston 334-636-5827

Wilcox Circuit Clerk Office 12 Water Street Camden AL 36726 27.5 miles from Thomaston 334-682-4126

Hale County Clerk PO Box 99 Greensboro AL 36744 29.9 miles from Thomaston 334-624-4334

Perry County Circuit Clerk 300 Washington Street Marion AL 36756 30.8 miles from Thomaston 334-683-6106

Dallas County Clerk PO Box 327 Selma AL 36702 35.8 miles from Thomaston 334-874-2525

Choctaw County Clerk PO Box 428 Butler AL 36904 36.5 miles from Thomaston 205-459-2155

Sumter County Clerk PO Box 936 Livingston AL 35470 39.9 miles from Thomaston 205-652-2291

Clarke County Clerk PO Box 921 Grove Hill AL 36451 40.1 miles from Thomaston 251-275-3363

Greene County Circuit Clerk 400 Levi Morrow Sr Court Eutaw AL 35462 41.2 miles from Thomaston 205-372-3598

York City Clerk 607 2nd Avenue York AL 36925 42.1 miles from Thomaston 205-392-5231

Monroe County Clerk 65 North Alabama Avenue Monroeville AL 36460 54.1 miles from Thomaston 251-743-2283

Monroeville City Clerk 125 East Claiborne Street Monroeville AL 36460 54.2 miles from Thomaston 251-575-2081

Bibb County Circuit Clerk Office 35 Court Square West Centreville AL 35042 54.7 miles from Thomaston 205-926-3103

What is a Clerk?

Clerks are responsible for record-keeping and providing information about court proceedings and legal documents including criminal reports and arrest records. They may maintain records in paper or electronic form. In some communities, it's the job of the county clerk to administer marriage licenses. In other communities, the city clerk works mostly with jail and arrest records. Court clerks are responsible for maintaining accurate and complete records of divorces as well as judicial and probate matters.

Clerks maintain tax records, business liens, and real estate tax assessments. Clerks are responsible for making such records available to the public. Many offices maintain their records online, and citizens can directly access these public records for a small fee.