Calhoun County Probate Court
902 FR Huff Drive * St. Matthews, South Carolina 29135 (803)874-3514
The Probate Court has jurisdiction over Marriage Licenses, Estates of Deceased Persons, Guardianships and Conservatorships of Incapacitated Persons, Settlements for Minors and Wrongful Deaths, and Involuntary Commitments of Mentally Ill and/or Chemically Dependent Persons.
The Probate Court is not authorized to give legal advice. For legal advice pertaining to estate matters, please contact an attorney.
To reduce the number of customers in the Probate Court at once, we are currently requiring that you make an appointment to meet with us. We kindly ask that you limit the number of visitors in your party to a maximum of two (one visitor preferred for estates). For an appointment, please call the office at 803-874-3514 option #5 in the phone tree.
Issuing Marriage License- You must make an appointment to visit the court to apply for a marriage license. Both parties must be present at the time of application. There is a $45.00 (Cash) filing fee. Marriage license will be issued no sooner than 24 hours after application. For further information click here
Copy of Marriage License- Mail request that includes bride and groom's names and date of marriage along with $5.00 to Calhoun County Probate Court- 902 FR Huff Drive, St. Matthews, SC 29135. The certified copy will be mailed to you.
Filing of Wills/ Estate Openings- In order to open a full estate, a Form 300ES must be submitted. Please click here for further info.
Small Estate Proceedings- Small estates are estates in which the decedent did not possess (even in part) any land, and his/her assets value less than $25,000.00. To open a small estate 30 days must have passed since death. Please call the court set up an appointment to meet with us to complete the process.
Copies for Abstractors- Check our records at www.southcarolinaprobate.net/search/. If what you need isn't there, email the court. email@example.com . Our files are digital back to the year 1985. If you need a file before that year, you will need to make a trip to the court to make copies. It is always a great idea to give the court a call before you come if you know the file number that you will need. That way we can have the file pulled for you, as our older records are off-site.
APPOINTMENTS ONLY AT THIS TIME
Due to COVID19, we are accepting visitors by appointment only. All probate services are available online or by email.
You may call the office at 803-874-3514,
email us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or use the "Contact Us" link above.
We will get back to you VERY quickly, and do our best to meet your needs during this difficult time.