Georgia Public Records
Georgia public records are located at the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts and the State Office of Vital Records. While marriage and divorce records are accessible to the general public, birth and death records are limited to family members. The Office of Vital Records maintains birth and death records for 1919-present, marriage certificates for 1952-1996, and a divorce index for 1952-present. Marriage information prior to 1952 and after 1996 may be obtained at the county Probate Court, and divorce records at the Superior Court. Georgia public court records are registered through the Georgia Administrative Office of the Courts, and available at each court.
Lookup Public Records In Georgia Counties
Georgia's Fulton County Clerk of Superior Court provides public access to the county's public records, including all Superior Court actions, liens, foreclosures, adoptions and passports. This office is committed to providing easy access to public records. This office is the official record keeper and fiduciary agent for the Superior Court.
Georgia's DeKalb County Clerk of Superior Court maintains and provides access to a number of vital records, including birth certificates, death certificates, child paternity registries, divorce records and marriage records. Individuals may also find real estate data through this office and can search by parcel number, partial parcel number, address, partial street name or owner name.
Georgia's Gwinnett County Government is responsible for maintaining records for birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, passports, police reports, bids and proposals and building permits. Individuals interested in obtaining birth certificates can do so at this office; in addition, anyone born in Georgia can obtain a certified birth certificate through any county Vital Records Office.
Georgia County Record Resources
- Georgia State County Association
Organization representing Georgia's county governments
- Georgia Counties
List of Georgia counties; includes county data, statistics, contact information, and county officials
- Georgia Legislative Advocacy Information
The ACCG Policy Center Legislative Tracking Database provides information relating to its six policy committies; searchable by topic