The Calhoun County Courthouse doors are currently closed to the public until further notice to enforce social distancing for the safety of our staff and customers. Probate staff will be working from home so that services may still be provided to the public by phone and email, or the US Postal Service. Filings will be accepted by email, so long as the original is sent to the court via US Mail. Please be reminded that probate files/forms may be accessed on this site, or you may email afogle@calhouncounty.SC.gov.
Marriage License applications are being accepted via the "Marriage Licenses" link above.
What Is Probate Court?
Due to COVID19, the courthouse is currently closed to visitors. However, we are STILL operating (just from a distance)
email us, 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.
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.
Please email or call for an appointment:
902 F R Huff Dr, St Matthews, SC 29135