Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
The Clerk and Master is the clerk of the chancery court and is appointed by the chancellor for a six-year term. Business transacted in this court includes: divorces, wills, adoptions, land disputes, back taxes, worker’s compensation, probation of estates, guardianships and conservator ships. The clerk keeps records of the chancery court docket and court judgments.
The Clerk and Master, as clerk of Chancery Court, is required by statute to keep rule and execution dockets, enter the minutes of the court, file and enter all documents, pleadings, papers, and exhibits; invest funds under the Clerk’s control; attend court; and perform all other duties as required by law. In all estates, annual accountings are taken and confirmed by the Clerk and Master.
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