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              Judge Beth Rahn Mosley
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It is a Pleasure to Serve Effingham County.




Important Dates to Remember:

March 27, 2014 and March 28,2014
Effingham County Probate  WILL NOT be
taking applications for Concealed Weapon Permits
due to the Relocation of the Livescan at the New Jail



 



With the new laws for Driver's License
Remember Probate Court can get your birth certificate from Georgia Counties,
and your marriage license if married in Effingham.


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What is Probate Court? Minimize

Probate courts have limited but exclusive jurisdiction over: (a) the probate of wills and the administration of estates of deceased persons, (b) the appointment of guardians of the person and property of incapacitated adults, (c) the appointment of guardians of the property of minors, (d) appointment in certain circumstances of guardians of the person of minors.  Probate Courts also issue certain licenses and permits and perform certain administrative duties.  The Probate Judge also serves as the Vital Records Custodian for our county.

In addition, the Effingham County Probate Court provides the following services to our citizens

  • MARRIAGE LICENSES
  • BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATES
  • CONCEALED WEAPON PERMITS
  • PASSPORTS

 
From the Judge Minimize
Welcome to Effingham County 's Probate Court Webpage

E-mail us with any questions: bmosley@effinghamcounty.org

Call us at 912-754-2112 





  
 

700 N. Pine Street
Suite 146
Springfield, GA 31329

Telephone: (912) 754-2112 
FAX (912) 754 3894
bmosley@effinghamcounty.org

 Administrative Hours: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
  
WE WILL NOT BE TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR CONCEALED WEAPON PERMITS
MARCH 27,2014 AND MARCH 28,2014.   
 

 Passports 8:30 AM to 11:30 PM,
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
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