As a branch of the Judiciary, the Probate Judge is closest Judiciary Officer to the people than any other court officer. Throughout history the "Judge Ordinary" (now Probate Judge) has been devoted to care for the widows and orphans.
Whether it is through the distribution of a family's estate after the loss of a loved one, ordering a family member with mental disorder for evaluation, or presiding over a marriage, the Probate Court has duties touching many aspects of family.
It is our intent to serve the families and citizens of Catoosa County with professionalism, compassion, and fairness.
Catoosa County Courthouse
875 Lafayette Street
Ringgold, GA 30736
(706) 935-3519 fax
Hours: Monday- Friday 8:00am- 5:00pm
Closed 12pm-1pm for lunch
Jeff Hullender, Probate Judge
You can now apply for Marriage Licenses and Weapons Carry Permits online!
Probate Court records regarding Marriages, Estates, and Wills can also be found online!
At this time, online records regarding Guardianships, Deaths and Traffic are not available. Probate Court no longer handles Traffic Citations. Traffic is now handled by State Court.
** Effective January 1st, 2020 **
If you are applying for a marriage license with the Catoosa County Probate Court
and have been divorced please note the following requirements;
Proof of Dissolution of Prior Marriage
If either applicant has been previously married and the marriage was dissolved by divorce or annulment, a copy of the decree of divorce or annulment must be presented
at the time of application. Applicants who have been married and divorced more than once need only provide a certified copy of the decree dissolving the last previous marriage.