To continue providing important services to the public while mitigating the spread of COVID-19, the Probate Court will continue to perform the essential functions of the Court under Order of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Pursuant to said Supreme Court Order dated March 16, 2020, and extensions of said Order through August 11, 2020, the Bulloch County Probate Court will continue to follow the current guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Georgia Department of Public Health during the pandemic of COVID-19, by performing the following by appointment only:
- Marriage Licenses
- Guardianships/Conservatorships on Minors and Adults
- Estates/ Administrations
- Alcohol Licenses
- Concealed Carry Permits should be applied for online at georgiaprobaterecords.com, and appointments made by calling the Probate Court. Licenses that expire on their face during the emergency period will remain in effect during the emergency period. In other words, these permits will remain valid. If your permit was set to expire on or before February 14, 2020, your permit will be deemed as expired due to the grace period being extinguished before the order of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
- This Court will continue to address mental health, and other emergency situations on a case-by-case basis.
- Oaths for Petitions will be perfo1med by video, if at all possible.
The public should refrain from coming to the Court if they have a fever, or symptoms of respiratory illness or have been exposed to a person with the Coronavirus or flu. Masks will be required upon entering the Courthouse, and temperatures will be taken. Any person having a temperature of 100 degrees or above will be denied entry.
SO ORDERED this 13th day of July, 2020, and effective until August 11, 2020.