Search for Records in Madison County, Alabama. Results May Include: Background Check, Marriage & Divorce Records, Criminal Records, Birth & Death Records, Probate Documents, Land Records, Arrests, Addresses, Liens and Judgments
Madison County is located in the state of Alabama; the county was established on December 13, 1808 by the governor of the Mississippi Territory. It is commonly referred to as the “birthplace” of Alabama, which was founded there on December 14, 1819. Madison County was named after James Madison, fourth President of the United States of America, and the first to visit the state of Alabama. Its county seat is Huntsville. According to the 2010 census done by the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a population of approximately 334,811 people and a total area of 813 square miles.
The Madison County Probate Judge’s Office is responsible for providing the county residents with an impartial and accessible forum for the just and timely resolution of judicial proceedings within the court’s jurisdiction. In addition, the Probate Judge’s Office is also responsible for elections, eminent domain / land condemnation, filing real estate and legal documents, legitimations, marriage licenses, military discharge records, name changes, notary commissions and probate archives.
To obtain public records, you can do a background check on the internet by visiting . Once on the page, click on the relevant link to access the records that are available. In case you are not able to find the records that you require, you will have to visit the Probate Judge’s Office in person at Madison County Courthouse, 100 North Side Square, Room 101, Huntsville, AL 35801. You will be required to fill out the records request form and submit it to the clerks in the office. While visiting the office, follow this schedule: for assisted search or certified copies, 9am-4:30 pm, Mon-Fri; research & self-serve copies, 9am-5pm, Mon- Fri. It is important to note that you will be charged for obtaining public records. To view the relevant charges, visit the for more details. Another alternative way to check for public records is by calling the Probate Judge’s Office at . Though you will not be able to obtain public records on the phone, you can ask questions regarding how to obtain records, and you will be assisted accordingly.
Madison County Commission Meeting
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 10:00am
Madison County Courthouse; Commission...
The Madison County Courthouse and all County offices will be closed on Friday, November 10th in observance of Veterans Day.
Garbage Schedule for the week of November 6th thru November 10th:
Monday November 6th, Monday's garbage...
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