Pike Probate Court

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Factoid

County Seat:  Zebulon

Est. 1822


General Zebulon Pike (1779 – 1813), explorer and a hero of the War of 1812.

218 sq mi (565 km2)





Pike County Probate Court

Judge Lynn Brandenburg

1601 Barnesville St.

Zebulon, GA 30295

P.O. Box 324

Zebulon, GA 30295

Phone: 770-567-8734

Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

http://www.pikecoga.com/#!probatecourt/crvs


The Pike County Probate Court handles court issues related to wills, licenses, traffic court, and many other issues for Pike County.

Under Georgia law, the Probate Court is responsible for providing a large scope of services to the public. These services include presiding over the county traffic court, probating wills, appointing of administrators, appointing guardians for minors and incapacitated adults, holding hearings to constrain the mentally ill and substance abusers, and issuance of marriage licenses. The Court also tries and is authorized to hold jury trials in all cases involving contested issues relating to estates and guardianships.

The Probate Court also has the responsibility for docketing, filing and microfilming all documents relating to the above legal matters. The Court also issues firearm permits and many lesser duties such as taking oaths of public officials, recording bonds and issuing certified copies of various records.

The Probate Court Judge acts as the Vital Records Custodian for Pike County and as the County Election Superintendent.


Legal Organ:

Pike County Journal Reporter

(770) 567-3446

Legal Organ

PASTE HERE

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