Circuit Court Clerk’s Office
The Clerk of Court is an eight-year term and is one of five constitutional officers of Craig County elected by its voters. The Clerk is the Circuit Court’s chief administrator.
- Recording deeds and other real estate-related documents,
- Issuing marriage licenses,
- Processing divorces and name changes,
- Handling criminal, probate and estate matters,
- Maintaining court records and other records as provided by law.
Notice: Please be aware there is a monetary charge for copies made from this office.
- Hon. Malfourd W. Bo Trumbo, Presiding Judge
- Hon. Humes J. Franklin, Jr., Chief Judge
- Hon. Michael S. Irvine
- Hon. Victor V. Ludwig
Terms of Court and General Information
- Terms begin: last Monday in February; 2nd Monday in May, September & November.
- Grand Juries, 1st day of term.
- Cases set on Term Day and chancery matters set between docket calls by agreement of counsel with court’s approval.
- Court convenes 9:30am.
- Commissioners in Chancery are utilized in general chancery causes, i.e. partition suits.