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Marion County Circuit Court Clerk Website

The Office of the Circuit Clerk is a state constitutional officer elected by the citizens of Marion County for a four year term.

It is a non-judicial office of the Judicial Branch of Illinois State government. The Circuit Clerk’s office is committed to serving the citizens of Marion County and all participants in the judicial system in a timely, efficient, and competent manner.

All services, information, and court records will be provided with courtesy.

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Tiffany Schicker

The Circuit Clerk maintains records for the entire Court system and is the official record keeper of all court related documents. The office serves as a source of data and information for various government agencies and the general public.

The Circuit Clerk collects all fines, fees, costs, and penalties assessed pursuant to state statutes and county board resolutions and distributes those monies on a monthly basis to the county, state, and municipalities.   In addition to standard fines and fees, the statutes allow for collections of these funds through filing fees that are used to support specific functions of the office. These funds allow the clerk to maintain records more efficiently and economically through computerization without the expenditure of tax dollars.


Deaf and Hard of Hearing Assistance Forms

The Court Disability Coordinator for Marion County is Tiffany Schicker, Circuit Clerk. She can be reached at: ()

Click here to access the information and request for assistance forms for persons with disabilities.


Electronic Filing (E-Filing)

Per Illinois Supreme Court Order M.R. As of January 1st, all civil cases are to be E-Filed. This is for all attorneys and self-represented litigants.

For more information on E-Filing you can click on the Rules button to the left or at the bottom of this page. There you can find documents and links to more information.


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Please see the link here for traffic safety school information.

Click on the link here to open and download the registration form for traffic safety school.


Expungement Paperwork

To expunge and/or seal your criminal records click here for forms and instructions.


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All of the files downloaded from this website are in .pdf format and must be viewed with Adobe Acrobat software. Click on the image to the right to download the free software.

**UPDATED: Effective July 1, **
Fee Schedule

**Jury Trial Schedules**
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*Note: We are not attorneys and cannot give legal advice.

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**NOTICES**

  • Effective July Approved Standardized Forms - Illinois Supreme Court. Click on the link to view the new forms available for public use in Illinois courts. Algunos formularios están disponibles en español, pero son solo informativos.
    Approved Standardized Forms

  • Effective 7/15/ Administrative Order CA
    Court proceedings in effect until further order of the court.
    Fourth Judicial Circuit COVID Order
    Remote Hearing FAQs

  • Odyssey Guide and File:
    Free online program for Adult Name Change forms with e-filing.
    Name Change Forms


  • Effective 9/1/ Public Act
    The courthouse has a public lactation room located on the first floor of the courthouse, which is accessible to members of the public.

  • If you are pleading GUILTY and PAYING for a NO APPEARANCE REQUIRED traffic ticket, you may only pay through the JUDICI E-PLEA/E-PAY program. Only payments for cases with a final disposition can be paid through COURTMONEY. Payments made through COURTMONEY for cases without a final disposition will be rejected and not credited to your account.
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Thank you for visiting our website. Please contact our office with any questions or problems with the website.

Sours: http://marioncountycircuitclerk.org/

County Clerk and Recorder

Amanda Barnes, Williamson County Clerk and Recorder
N Monroe, Suite
Marion, Illinois
Phone: 
Fax:
[email protected]

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, a.m p.m.

Contact Us

Records

Vital RecordsLand & Misc. RecordsTax Redemption & ExtensionArchived Election ResultsCounty Board RecordsRemote Land RecordsProperty Check AlertDelinquent Tax Redemption

County Clerk Duties

The duties and responsibilities of the County Clerk are many and varied but essentially, the position can best be described as the clerical arm of Williamson County Government. The main functions of this office include:

  • Serving as Clerk to the County Board and performing such duties as officially filing all matters to be brought before the Board, notifying all Board members of meetings, preparing and publishing the minutes of the Board meetings and keeping accurate files of Board minutes.
  • Administering and delivering such services to the general public as issuance of marriage license, commissioning notary publics, receiving delinquent taxes, annually publishing a County Directory of the personnel and elected officials of the County and municipal office holders, maintaining population statistics and assessed valuation records of the County as well as for various school districts and municipalities.
  • Administering and delivering tax services such as annually calculating the rate for various taxing authorities and working with the Supervisor of Assessments, Board of Review and County Treasurer to issue property tax bills.
  • Conducting and administering voter registration services and managing all election proceedings.
  • Maintaining records of the County’s vital statistics and records including birth, death and marriage certificates and reporting statistics to the State, as required by law. The main responsibility of the Recorder is to record all documents transferring land in order to establish legal ownership and protect rights.
  • Assisting the public in retrieving, researching, copying and viewing legal documents such as: Business names, corporations, deeds and mortgages, releases and assignments, property liens, as well as assorted federal, state and local liens. Other documents included are veterans discharge papers.
  • Responsible for the recordation and storage of subdivision plats, land survey’s and monument records. Our records are indexed and available to view by both bound record books and digital images on the computer.

Additional Resources

Sours: https://williamsoncountyil.gov/county-clerk-and-recorder/
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Marion County Courthouse
E. Main
P.O. Box
Salem, IL

Open Monday - Friday
A.M. - P.M.
Closed Holidays

Telephone:
County Clerk (Steve Fox) ()
Circuit Clerk (Rhonda Yates) ()
Recorder ()



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Post Office Box
Salem, IL

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William Street
Salem, IL


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West Main

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Champaign, Illinois



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Lookup Public Records in Marion County, Illinois. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.

Marion County, Illinois Overview

Marion County is located in the state of Illinois. The county was formed in and named after Revolutionary War Gen. Francis Marion, the &#;Swamp Fox&#;. The county seat is Salem. As of , the county has a population of The county has a total area of square miles, square miles of which is land, and square miles is water. The county consists of 15 ZIP codes, with ZIP code recorded as the one with the largest population. Marion County borders the following counties: Fayette County, Illinois to the north; Jefferson County, Illinois to the south; Clay County, Illinois to the east; Clinton County, Illinois to the west; Washington County, Illinois to the southwest, and; Wayne County, Illinois to the southeast.

Marion County Clerk Information

Details about the Clerk and Recorder:

Steven A. Fox (Republican), County Clerk &#; Recorder
Mailing Address: East Main &#; PO Box
Salem, IL
Office Phone:
Office Fax:
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday-Friday AM &#; PM

You can do a property search in Marion County. There are three options for searching: search for a specific property by parcel number (PIN), search for a specific mobile home by account number, and search for one or more properties by name, address, and other criteria.

Court Clerk Information:

The Circuit Clerk maintains records for the entire Court system and is the official record keeper of all court related documents. The office serves as a source of data and information for various government agencies and the general public. In addition, the Circuit Clerk collects all fines, fees, costs, and penalties assessed pursuant to state statutes and county board resolutions and distributes those monies on a monthly basis to the county, state, and municipalities.

The Circuit Clerk has partnered with Judici to provide an online case search archive. Case information includes litigant information, criminal charges, dispositions, sentences, civil judgments, fines and fees orders, balances paid, payment details, hearing dates, and case minutes. You can access these information in Judici’s website. An array of possibly helpful sites are also linked in the Circuit Clerk’s website.

Below is the physical address of the Circuit Clerk:

Ronda Yates, Circuit Clerk
E Main Street
Salem, IL
Office Hours: Monday &#; Friday, am &#; pm, open during lunch hours

Marion, IL Genealogy and Ancestry Records
Total Ancestries Reported 41,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - United States or American - 4,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Arab - 0
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - British -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Czech - 91
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Danish - 51
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Dutch - 1,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - English - 5,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - European -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - French (except Basque) - 1,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - French Canadian - 37
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - German - 10,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Greek - 70
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Hungarian -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Irish - 6,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Italian - 1,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Lithuanian - 71
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Norwegian -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Polish - 1,
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Portuguese - 62
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Russian - 48
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Scotch-Irish -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Scottish -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Slovak - 7
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Subsaharan African - 98
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Swedish -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Swiss -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Ukrainian - 0
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Welsh -
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) - 4
Persons Reporting Total Ancestry As - Other Groups - 7,
Marion County Marriage License Office

In order to obtain a marriage license in Marion County, the applicants must apply together, in person, at the County Clerk&#;s office. Both parties must present their state-issued picture ID, military ID, or passport, and know their social security number

State Law:Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act &#; ILCS 5 and Illinois Uniform Premarital Agreement Act &#; ILCS 10
All State Statutes: Information is online at the State Website
Office:Marion County Marriage License
Location: East Main Street, Salem, Illinois,
Phone:
Sours: https://countyclerkrecords.com/state/illinois/public-records/marion-county-il/

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Marion County Recorder of Deeds

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Marion County Recorder of Deeds Contact Information

Address, Phone Number, and Fax Number for Marion County Recorder of Deeds, a Recorder Of Deeds, at PO Box , Salem IL.

Name
Marion County Recorder of Deeds
Address
PO Box
Salem, Illinois,
Phone
Fax

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Find Marion County residential property records including deed records, titles, mortgages, sales, transfers & ownership history, parcel, land, zoning & structural descriptions, valuations, tax assessments & more.

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About the Marion County Recorder of Deeds

The Marion County Recorder of Deeds, located in Salem, Illinois is a centralized office where public records are recorded, indexed, and stored in Marion County, IL. The purpose of the Recorder of Deeds is to ensure the accuracy of Marion County property and land records and to preserve their continuity.

Property owners may contact the Register of Deeds for questions about:
  • Marion County property records
  • Lien searches
  • Deed and title searches in Marion County, Illinois
  • Property ownership and transfers
  • Military discharge records

Marion County Housing & Mortgage Statistics

Find Marion County Housing Characteristics and Mortgage Characteristics. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 Marion CountyIllinois
Total Housing Units18,5,,
Occupied Housing Units15, (%)4,, (%)
Vacant Housing Units2, (%), (%)
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Mortgage, Contract to Purchase, or Similar Debt6,2,,
Second Mortage or HELOC,
Second Mortgage (No HELOC)53,
HELOC (No Second Mortgage),
Second Mortgage & HELOC148,
No Mortgage5,1,,

Recorders Of Deeds near Salem

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/marion-county-recorder-of-deeds-salem-ila/
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You are NOT on the Marion County official website, you are on Deeds.com, a private website that is not affiliated with any government agency.

Illinois - Marion County Recorder Information

The County Clerk and Recorder is responsible for maintaining records for real property located in Marion County.

Recording Fees

For recording deeds or other instruments:
$ (any page count)
This includes the required $ rental housing support program fee (added to all land record documents).

$ Additional fee for non-standard documents (any page count)

Standard documents are 8 1/2 x 11 AND meet all content and margin requirements.

County recording fees are often subject to change, so contact the local recorder to verify this information.

Document Formatting Requirements

Documents should consist of one or more individual sheets of white paper measuring x 11 inches. Individual sheets should not be permanently bound or in a continuous form. Graphic displays measuring up to 11 x 17 inches accompanying a document will be recorded with the document without additional fees. If an attached rider needs to be recorded with a deed, the rider should be permanently attached as an additional page on the back of the deed.

Use legible printing or typing, black ink, and a font size of at least 12 point. Signatures and dates can be in contrasting colors so long as they will reproduce clearly.

Deeds presented to the county recorder should have a blank space measuring 3 x 5 inches in the upper right corner on the first page, set aside for the recorder’s use. Failure to include this will not affect the validity of the deed, but will incur additional fees. All other margins in the document should be at least ½ an inch and free from all markings.

When a deed is made a matter of record, it shall have the names of the parties signing the instrument typed or printed below or next to the signatures, including the witnesses, if any, and the names of the parties or officers taking acknowledgment.

Signatures of the parties executing the instrument shall be acknowledged by a notary public.

A deed must contain the name and residence of the grantor, the consideration exchanged for the property, any covenants of warranty, the grantee’s name and address, and a legal description of the real property, including street address and PIN. In addition, the grantor’s original signature must be present.

Provide the name and address of the owner to whom subsequent tax bills are to be sent.

Include the name and address of the person who prepared the deed.

Whenever a metes and bound description is used in the legal description of real property, the metes and bounds description should contain the section, township, and range with an identifiable point of beginning.

An affidavit for purposes of the plat act is required to accompany a deed when 1) a metes and bounds legal description is given, 2) when roadway easements and right of way (ingress or egress) are designated, or 3) when a division of land five acres more or less is noted on a deed of transfer.


Transfer Tax Declaration:

An Illinois Real Estate Transfer Declaration (PTAX) must be filed with deeds and any non-exempt transactions. The information requested on this form is requested by the Illinois Real Estate Transfer Tax law. All parties involved in the transaction must complete the form truthfully. This form is used to collect sales data and to determine if a sale can be used in assessment ratio studies. It is also used to compute equalization factors, which are used to help achieve a statewide uniform valuation of properties based on their fair market value.

If the property transfer is exempt from transfer tax, the PTAX form is not required. A specific exemption number should be noted on the deed presented for recording. The Illinois Department of Revenue webpage has a list of exempt transactions. The form can be completed online or as a hard copy.


Effect of Recording:

Deeds, mortgages, and other instruments of writing that are authorized to be recorded will take effect and be in force from and after the time they are filed for record as to all creditors and subsequent purchasers, without notice. All such deeds and title papers will be judged void as to all such creditors and subsequent purchasers, without notice, until the same is filed for record.

From the time they are filed for record, deeds, mortgages, and other instruments of writing related to real estate shall be deemed notice to subsequent purchasers and creditors, though not acknowledged or proven according to law; but the same shall not be read as evidence, unless their execution be proved in the manner required by the rules of evidence applicable to such writings, so as to supply the defects of acknowledgment or proof.

Sours: https://www.deeds.com/recorder/illinois/marion/

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