Office of Circuit Clerk

Susan Sadler
Pettis County Circuit Clerk
415 S. Ohio, Suite 324
Sedalia, MO 65301
660-826-5000, ext. 926

 

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Circuit Clerk’s Office Contact Information

Civil/Domestic – (660) 826-5000 ext. 926 for:
Circuit & Associate Civil Court Information
Civil Cases (Damages, Account, Landlord/Tenant, Small Claims, etc.)
Domestic Cases (Dissolution of Marriage, Paternity, Change of name, etc.)
Fax: (660) 826-4520

Adult Abuse and Child Protection Orders (Ex parte Orders of Protection) – (660) 826-5000 ext. 456
Fax: (660) 827-8613

Criminal/Traffic – (660) 826-5000 ext. 924 for:
Circuit & Associate Criminal Court Information
Felony, Misdemeanor & Traffic Cases
Fax: (660) 827-8613

Probate – (660) 826-5000 ext. 475 for:
Adult & Minor Guardianship/Conservatorship Cases
Decedent’s Estates
Small Estate Affidavits
96 Hour detention and treatment

Fax: (660) 827-8613

Juvenile – (660) 826-5000 ext. 455

Search for and view public cases on Case.net at:  www.courts.mo.gov

 

About the Circuit Clerk’s Office

The circuit clerk is responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of the court. These records include all Civil, Criminal, Probate, Domestic, and Juvenile cases filed in Pettis County. Some of the duties of the court clerk are:

  • Receive, process, and maintain the judgments, rulings, orders and all other proceedings of the court, both manually and electronically.
  • Collect and disburse all fines and costs.
  • Maintain the court case files in an accurate and complete manner.
  • Select and summon jurors.
  • Maintain the schedule of court trials and hearings.
  • Provide staff assistance to the judges to provide for the efficient operation of the court.

 

Our office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Our criminal, traffic, probate and juvenile divisions are located on the first floor of the courthouse. The civil and domestic divisions are located on the third floor.