Payment Information
The Legal and Title offices accept cash, check or credit card.

Credit card convenience fees:
Debit: $2.00
Credit: $2.00 or 3%
(whichever is greater)

Make checks payable to:
Clinton County Clerk of Courts
Legal Office
Phone: (937) 382-2316
Fax: (937) 383-3455
eMail: cbailey@clintoncountycourts.org
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Closed on State Holidays and the Friday after Thanksgiving
Title Office
Phone: (937) 382-0375
Fax: (937) 366-1052
eMail: cctitle@outlook.com
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am - noon
Closed on State Holidays and the Friday after Thanksgiving

Welcome to our web site!

Photo of Cynthia Bailey Cynthia R. Bailey, Clerk of Courts

Welcome to the Clinton County Clerk of Courts website. I hope you find this site helpful and informative. It has been my goal to make information easily available to the public and to find more efficient and cost-effective ways to serve the citizens of Clinton County.

The Clerk of Courts office maintains the records of the Court of Common Pleas and 12th Appellate District Court. The Clerk of Courts is considered the “core of the court”. The office is responsible for filing, docketing, indexing and preserving all court pleadings for civil, felony criminal and domestic relations cases.

Other responsibilities include: accepting bonds, recording and certifying notary commissions, administering oaths, filing state tax liens and judgment liens. Further this office is a certified acceptance agent for U.S. passports.

Any questions or comments regarding the Clerk of Courts Legal or Title offices please contact me at cbailey@clintoncountycourts.org.

Cynthia R. Bailey
Clerk of Courts

Legal Disclaimer

It is not the intention of the Clinton County Clerk of Courts to offer legal advice through these pages or through answering of questions. While knowledgeable about the operational procedures of the Court, the Clerk, Deputy Clerks and Administrative Assistant are not attorneys and cannot recommend specific legal options and by their answering questions should not be construed as such. When in doubt about your legal status, you should seek the advice of an attorney knowledgeable in the area of law about which you are inquiring.
Sunday, April 20th