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Circuit Clerk and Recorder

dm01The Circuit Clerk is clerk of the civil, domestic relations, criminal and juvenile courts and also acts as the ex-officio recorder for the county. Duties include maintaining a record of all proceedings of the civil, domestic relations, criminal  and juvenile courts, preparing the dockets for these courts, and preparing summons, warrants, orders, judgments and injunctions authorized by the circuit, domestic relations and juvenile court for delivery by the county sheriff. As ex-officio county recorder, the Circuit Clerk is responsible for recording deeds, mortgages, liens, surety bonds, and other orders and instruments which involve property within the county. Circuit Clerk Dennis Milligan is committed to making public records filed in the office more available on the Internet and the office more user friendly. He is working with the Arkansas Supreme Court's Administrative Office of the Courts to include Saline County records in the CourtConnect program. CourtConnect is a portal to public case information for courts using the ACS Contexte Case Management System. This portal allows anyone to access public information on cases using a computer or smart phone. "My goal is to provide all non-confidential records online for more efficient public access. In addition, we have a goal of providing electronic document filing in the future," Milligan said. This website is being provided merely for the purpose of providing instructions as to the procedures of this office and in no way should be construed as advice pertaining to laws. The law prohibits the Circuit Clerk or any of his deputies from giving legal advice. Anyone needing legal assistance should seek an attorney.

For an in depth look at how your records are protected, click the following link:

Saline County Circuit Clerk Data Management

Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are open during the lunch hour.

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Circuit Clerk Online Records Access

For court records, you may need to search both Arkansas.gov and CourtConnect. 
Land Records are only available on Arkansas.gov.

CourtConnect

Saline County Civil, Criminal and Domestic Relations cases are available online through CourtConnect.  CourtConnect also provides case information from the following courts:
Circuit Courts:  Clark, Crawford, Faulkner, Garland, Hot Spring, Pulaski, Saline, Searcy, and Van Buren Counties
Coming Soon:  Saline County Probate records.

See Saline County Court Records at:
http://caseinfo.aoc.arkansas.gov

Arkansas.gov

Arkansas.gov provides searches for court and land records in Saline County.  Adobe PDF copies of the records may be purchased by using a subscription account provided by the Information Network of Arkansas.  Purchased records are available for 30 days and can be repeatedly accessed with the order ID.

The address for court record searches is: www.ark.org/grs/app/saline

Link to Saline Records www.salinerecords.org

Link to: Real Estate Recording Fees and Requirements

Link to: Circuit Clerk Filing Fees and Requirements

Link to:  Child Support Collection information

Link to:  Jury Duty Information 

Link to: Frequently Asked Questions

Link to: Mission Statement

Link to: Giving Back to the Community

Link to: Photo Gallery

Link to: Do I have to hire an Attorney?

Link to: Court Security

Link to: Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Program

Link to: Social Media and the Right to a Fair Trial

Link to: Protecting Your Credit Score

Link to: Procedure for Document Filing by Fax

Link to: Civil Process Servers List

Link to: Saline County Court Assignment Plan

Link to: 10 Important Things to know about Filing a Divorce

Link to: And Justice for All

Link to: DD-214

ALERT!
IDENTITY THEFT/JURY DUTY SCAM

ID_TheftThe Saline County Circuit Clerk cautions citizens of an identity theft scam where perpetrators pose as court employees.  This scam has not been tried in Saline County yet, but has been tried in may places around the country.

The scam may begin with a telephone call informing citizens that they have missed jury duty and an arrest warrant has been issued, or, the caller may inquire about the availability of a citizen to participate in jury duty.  The caller may then proceed to request confidential information such as date of birth, Social Security number, credit card and/or bank account information.

Saline County citizens are advised that employees of the Circuit Clerk´s Office do NOT solicit participation or seek any information from jurors over the telephone.  Also, Circuit Clerk employees do NOT, under any circumstances, request confidential information such as credit card or bank account information.

If you receive a telephone call claiming you have missed jury duty and the caller requests confidential information, do NOT provide any information.

Go here for more information about identity theft

 

 

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Dennis Milligan, Saline County Circuit Clerk
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Ragan Kyzer, Chief Deputy Clerk

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Jim Harris, Chief of Staff
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Address:
Saline County Courthouse
200 N. Main, Room 113
Benton,  AR  72015

Phone: 501.303.5615