Filing Fee Increases
Effective January 1, 2019, notary public applications and trade name registrations filing fees will each be increased $10 for the Alternate Dispute Resolution fund (ADR) based upon recent guidance from the Office of the Georgia Attorney General.
The assessment of an ADR fee applies because it is styled similarly and would be consistent among other fees already assessed by clerks on civil actions, including notary public commissions and trade name registrations. See OCGA 15-23-7 and Op. Attorney General 10-3.
|Application Type||Update Fee|
|Notary Public Application||$52|
|Trade Name Registrations||$172|
Filing Civil Cases & Pleadings
Effective January 1, 2019, it is mandatory to file your civil cases and pleadings in Lumpkin County Superior Court electronically at PeachCourt. Document retrieval is easy via PeachCourt.
Public Access Terminal Use
A Public Access Terminal (PAT) will be available to filing parties (attorneys and individuals representing themselves) in the main lobby of the Clerk of Superior Court’s office. A PeachCourt user guide for the PAT will be available with step-by-step instructions.
There will be no charge to use the PAT located inside the Clerk of Superior Court’s office. Additional fees will apply when filing documents from other locations in additional to regular filing and/or service fees.
Electronic Filing & Recording of Real Estate Documents
Electronic filing and recording of real estate documents, including UCCs, is now available online. eFile to save your time and money!
Electronic Plat Filing
Effective January 1, 2017, electronic plat filing becomes mandatory through the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority. Read HB1004.