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Probate Judge Scott Chastain Inside The Probate Office

Written by: Probate Judge Scott Chastain

The end of August marked the completion of the first eight months in office as the Probate Judge here in Gilmer County.

It’s hard to believe that the first year is going by so fast. As I sit here thinking back on the last several months, it has become apparent to me that I should try and share with the community what we do in the Probate Office. After discussing this with some of my family and friends, I have decided to publish an article from time to time in an attempt to keep the community involved and up to date on things happening in our office, as well as other interesting things associated with all the services we provide to you.

This first article will be more of an announcement but after this one, I will focus on specific topics that I hope you find helpful.

It is with great excitement and appreciation that I announce the return of Vital Records to the Probate Office. During my campaign, I made a promise to you that I would try my best to work with Donna Moore, the State Registrar and Director of Vital Records, to once again house the Vital Records in the Probate Office.

In a letter dated August 16, 2017, I was notified that I was to be appointed as the Local Registrar and Custodian of Vital Records for Gilmer County. The appointment will be effective on October 1, 2017. Starting Monday, October 2, you will be able to get copies of Birth and Death Certificates in the Probate Office located on the second floor of the Gilmer County Courthouse.

I would like to thank Donna Moore for her willingness to meet with me, and to have a conversation about the return of Vital Records. Without her support, this would not have been possible. I would also like to thank the elected officials, particularly Speaker David Ralston for his support and others that played a part in this process.

My staff and I look forward to adding this as another service we provide to you from the Probate Office here in Gilmer County. The office is open from 8:30-5:00 Monday-Friday and we do not close for lunch.

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