Clerk of Superior Court
You must appear in person to person at the Clerk of Superior Court office, located on the first floor of the Upson County Courthouse Annex Building. Our hours of operation are 8:00 AM through 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. The application fee of $51.00 can be made payable to the Clerk of Superior Court, Upson County. To access the application, visit this website.
UPDATED PROCESSING TIMES FOR PASSPORTS:
Routine Service: 8-11 weeks
Expedited Service: 5-7 weeks
* These processing times only include when your application is at a passport agency or center and do not include mailing time, which may vary across the country.
Our office accepts passport applications Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. For appointments, please call 706-538-2357. For additional information, refer to the instruction sheets bordering this text (click to enlarge) or visit the U.S. Department of State website.
- The final panel list for 11/06/2023 has been posted. Jurors summoned for this date will find their report time by locating their name on the list.
- Message to Jurors Summoned for 10/30/2023: The final panel list has been posted
- IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO ALL JURORS
Our Grantor & Grantee Index books spanning years 1938 through 1989 have been digitally imaged and are now searchable online! Corresponding Deed Book images are available on the GSCCCA website at www.gsccca.org. View the announcement below.
HB 974 becomes effective on July 1, 2023. Clerks of Superior Court believe that including the nine items required will result in significantly fewer rejections by our offices. The summarized requirements can be viewed by clicking the image on the right.
Notice Regarding Payments :
Effective September 20, 2023, the Clerk's Office will no longer accept cash or personal checks for payments exceeding $20.00. We kindly request that payments in these instances be made using cashier's checks or money orders, which will continue to be accepted forms of payment. Card payments will also be accepted.
Notice to All Security Deed Filers:
HB 974 took effect on July 1, 2023. Clerks of Superior Court believe that including the nine items required will result in significantly fewer rejections by our offices. The link below will allow you to view the summarized requirements.
We are thrilled to share that the Superior Court Clerk's Office in Upson County accepts electronic filings for civil, criminal, and real estate cases
Responsibilities of the Clerk of Court:
The Clerk of Superior Court is a Constitutional Elected Officer elected by the voters of their county to serve a four-year term. The Clerk of Superior Court and all employees are first and foremost public servants each and every day. The office of the Clerk of Superior Court performs a wide range of record-keeping, information management, and financial management functions in the judicial system. This office also provides court support to each superior court judge. In general, the Clerk’s responsibilities as mandated by the Georgia State Code are to:
- File, record, and index all documents related to real estate and personal property transactions in the county.
- To attend to the needs of the court in the performance of the duties of the clerk
- To file and maintain criminal and civil dockets as well as dockets on domestic suits
- To keep in the Clerk’s office all documents, records, microfilm and dockets, and all other things required by the Georgia Codes
- To perform all other duties required by Georgia Law under code section 15-6-61
In addition to the services listed above, the Upson County Superior Court Clerk’s Office also serves as a U.S. Passport Agent. All U.S. Citizens can apply for or renew their passports through our office.
Our mission is to provide every citizen with the greatest possible access to the justice system. My office is committed to making this program a success. As your Clerk, I encourage and welcome genuine feedback on the process. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.