Clerk of the Superior Court

Clerk of the Superior Court
Walton County Court Building

Civil Division

The Civil Division is responsible for filing, processing, storing and retrieving civil records for the Superior Court. This division also manages appeal records, prepares executions to be filed in the General Execution and Lien Docket.

Criminal Division

The Criminal division files misdemeanor and felony criminal cases. This process includes filing warrants, citations, accusations, indictments, and all other relative pleadings. This division makes reports to various state agencies.

Real Estate

The Real Estate division records all land transactions for Walton County. The records begin in the year 1818 and go through the current year. Each document can be searched in the indexes by year and name. Land plats, Uniform Commercial Code records, Armed Service discharges, and liens are recorded in this division. Deeds, Liens, UCC, Plats and Notary Public records can be found online at the Clerks Authority website.

Real Estate Division filing fees are changing effective January 1, 2020, per House Bill 288 signed by Governor Kemp on May 6, 2019. A list of fee changes can be found here

Telephone Fraud Involving Jury Duty

The Walton County Clerk of Courts, Karen David or her staff will not call Jurors that have failed to report for Jury Duty service and ask for personal information such as social security number, birth date, bank account number, or credit card information. 

It has been reported scammers trying to commit identity theft have been contacting potential victims and telling them they failed to report for jury duty. They ask for confidential information for "verification" purposes and if the information is refused they tell the potential victim a warrant will be issued for their arrest.

So far the scam has been reported in: 

  • Arizona
  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Ohio
  • Oregon 
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
  • Washington State

There have been no reports of this scam in the State of Georgia at the present time. Please never give out your personal information to any court officer over the telephone. The FBI is urging anyone who may receive a phone call regarding jury duty with the intent to commit identity theft to please contact your local FBI office.