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The Treasurer’s Office, located on the third floor.
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$50.00 for our packet and $255.00 for divorce with minor children or $175.00 for divorce without minor children.
One year from the date the reconcile request was filed. If you decide to continue with the divorce and it’s been over a year, you would have to file a new divorce.
To have documents notarize go to the Clerk’s Office, located on the third floor. There is no charge.
$26.00, $12 for any additional at the same time as first request. If over age 65 birth certificates are $7.00 each.
Apply at the Register of Deeds, located on the third floor.
You file a motion at the Clerk’s Office. Before there has been a judgment entered there is no charge. After a judgment has been filed a motion is $20.00, unless it’s a motion regarding parenting time, custody, or child support then it is $100.00.
The Clerk’s Office, located on the third floor.
The District Court, located on the second floor. You can also pay online.
Probate Court, located on the third floor.
$100.00 for a new with certification of course training and range time. $115.00 for a renewal.
A vital record can be ordered over the phone and we will mail it to you. You may want to contact us to be sure we have the record you are looking for before you pay. We can take your payment info over the phone or you can pay online. A birth certificate requires a State issued ID (Drivers License or State ID), you can email a picture of your ID to us.
You apply with the County Clerk in the county you live and can get married anywhere in the state of Michigan. If the two parties getting married live in different counties, you can apply in either. If both parties live outside of Michigan and are getting married in Michigan, you can apply in the county you are getting married. Contact us 33 days prior to the wedding to allow us proper time to prepare the marriage license info.
Read the enclosed instruction and fill it out and return it to the County Clerk’s office as soon as possible. The enclosed instructions cover question you may have.
Go to the State of Michigan Secretary of State website to get instructions. After you have your bond, application, and $10.00 go to the County Clerk’s Office in the county you live. After the County Clerk’s Office, you will send another $10.00 to the State of Michigan with your stamped application.
You get an absentee Ballot from your City or Township Clerk. No Ballots are issued by the County Clerk. Nobody votes at the County Clerk’s Office..