Superior Court Clerk Useful Links / E-filing

New Child Support Worksheet and Schedules can be found on the following websites:

Office of Child Support Services at: https://services.georgia.gov/dhr/cspp/do/public/SupportCalc

Georgia Child Support Commission, which will have a link to the forms found on the website above, as well as other information, can be found at: http://www.georgiacourts.org/csc


Georgia Superior Court Clerks Cooperative Authority www.gsccca.org

Access to the Georgia Superior Court Clerks Cooperative Authority. This site shows state wide indices and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) indices by a subscription cost of $9.95 per month for unlimited use. There is also a .50 cents per page for documents printed.

Images of deeds, UCCs, plats and liens are added to the GSCCCA data base daily.  Filings generally go back to 1991.  Records predating 1991 can only be obtained in the clerk’s office at the present time.

UCC forms are available for download at no charge. There is also general information on all 159 clerk of courts. The Notary public information available includes frequently asked questions, Georgia statute information on Notaries, and the Notary Procedure Manual. There are also links from their home page to the American Society of Notaries, Georgia Bankers Association, Official Code of Georgia, National Notary Association, State Bar or Georgia and the State of Georgia.

Georgia Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority offers Statewide searches for the following documents:

  • Searches for UCC Index
  • Real Estate Deed Index
  • Lien Index
  • Notary Public Index
  • Plat Index
  • PT-61 Index
  • Carbon Registry Index

E-Notary and Notary Public forms
UCC Forms
Civil and Domestic Case Initiation and Disposition Forms
Indexing Standards for Deeds, Liens and Plats


Self-help Civil Forms www.icandocs.org/ga/

What is I-CAN!™ Online?

I-CAN!™ Online lets you create your own court forms, and guides you through filling them out for FREE.

I-CAN!™ Online provides you with step-by-step instructions for what to do after you have completed your forms.

I-CAN!™ Online has videos you can watch to see what your experince may be like, so you can be prepared when you arrive in court.

I-CAN!™ Online has sheets you can print out to give you extra guidance.

I-CAN!™ Online can help in the following areas:

  • Divorce, Separation, and Annulment
  • Child Support, Child Custody, and Visitation
  • Name Changes
  • Income Deduction
  • Answer and Counterclaim
  • Fee Waiver

 


Other Resources

Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC)  

 
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