COVID-19 NOTICE CONCERNING PROBATE COURT
Due to the extension of the Supreme Court Order limiting services of Courts in Georgia, the Gordon County Probate Court will be forced to continue traffic / misdemeanor court cases until AT LEAST after the date of May 13, 2020. Any court dates scheduled prior to that date will be continued to a later date. That date will be announced by mail once determined. If the Supreme Court Order is extended beyond that date, the information will be posted referencing such extension. Thank you for your patience during these oddly trying times.
Gordon County voters elect the Judge of the Probate Court for four year terms. The Probate Court is responsible for probating wills, appointing guardians of minors and incompetent persons, issuing marriage licenses, and issuing firearm, fireworks, and explosive permits. In addition, this elected office is also responsible for recording birth, death, and marriage certificates as the state appointed custodian of vital records for the county, hearing misdemeanor traffic cases, game and fish cases, and drug cases, and collecting county and state traffic fines. This elected official also administers oaths to public officers, files, approves, and records bonds of public officers, and administers estate matters.
John R (Richie) Parker, Probate Court Judge
Gordon County Courthouse, First Floor
100 South Wall Street
Calhoun, GA 30701
Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm