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Franklin County, MO Court System Information

Franklin County is located in the U.S. state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the population was 101,492. Its county seat is Union.

Circuit Court

Franklin County is located within the 20th Judicial Circuit.

Franklin County, MO Court Overview

The following courts are located in Franklin County, Missouri. This list is not meant to be comprehensive and only lists courts with pages on Ballotpedia.

  1. 20th Judicial Circuit Court, Missouri

Visitation Information

Office Hours:
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday

Franklin County Courthouse
401 E Main St,
Union, MO 63084
Phone: 636-583-7365

Franklin County Circuit Clerk:

Cheryl Schultz, Circuit Clerk
401 East Main St.
Rm. 100A
Union, MO 63084
Phone: 636-583-7365, 636-583-7366 or 636-583-6312
Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday

Services and Responsibilities:

The Circuit Clerk is the official record keeper for the courts. The circuit clerk is not an official of the local government but a state constitutional officer. The primary duty of the circuit clerk is to assist the Circuit Court judge in the execution of their judicial duties by preparing and maintaining court records, collecting fees and fines, and processing paperwork. The circuit clerk issues all processes such as citations, notices and summons for service to the sheriff and subpoenas all witnesses in trials of matters. The Clerk must be present at all court sessions and keep complete records of the proceedings and determinations of that court.

Franklin County, MO County Clerk

Tim Baker, County Clerk
Franklin County Clerk
400 E Locust
Union, MO 63084
Phone: 636-583-6355
Fax: 636-583-7320
Email: tbaker@franklinmo.net or clerk@franklinmo.net
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday

Services and Responsibilities:

The County Clerk is the official record-keeper of the County. The Clerk’s office is responsible for the oversight and day-to-day operations, including but not limited to County accounts payable, Circuit Court records, Births, Marriages, Deaths, Military Discharges, Issue county liquor and auctioneer licenses, concealed pistol permits, election administration, payroll and employee benefits. The County Clerk is also the Clerk to the Board of Commissioners. This includes creating the Board agendas, scheduling appearances and presentations for the Board and taking the minutes of those meetings. In Addition, the Clerk is also responsible for voter registration and campaign finances. Receive bids and file copies of bids and notices and swear in notaries and certify to state.

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