||The Circuit Clerk of Will County
The Office of the Circuit Clerk is a state constitutional officer elected by the citizens of Will
County for a four year term. The Circuit Clerk is a non-judicial office of the Judicial Branch of Illinois State
||The Office of the Circuit Clerk
The Clerk of the Circuit Court files all cases and maintains official records of all cases that come
before the Will County court system. The Circuit Clerk's office also receives and holds in trust monies to be disbursed
on order of the court.
It is the mission of the Circuit Clerk's Office to serve the citizens of Will County and the participants
of the judiciary system in a timely and cost-effective manner, providing all court records, information and services with
courtesy, efficiency and impartiality.
The Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
is responsible for maintaining a record of
all traffic, civil, and criminal cases filed and heard in Will County. On a daily basis, the office interacts with
the public and attorneys performing several functions including the collection and disbursement of traffic
fines, civil fees and child support. The office is also responsible for recording filed documents and
maintaining a record of all court proceedings.
you're visiting this site in order to help you conduct business with the Clerk's Office or just learning more about how your County government works,
we hope that you'll find our web site useful.
list on the left of this message contains the general sections of information on
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You'll find a great deal of general
information by browsing through the various areas, as well as downloadable forms
to conduct your business.
strive to make our office accessible and open. For that reason, if you have a
recommendation on how we can improve this web site or any of our services, don't hesitate to contact me or my staff at (815)727-8592.
always, it is an honor to serve the citizens of Will County.
LOOK UP CASE
Circuit Clerk e-Appeals include Criminal!
Collections Reaches $16 Million!
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS! MINORS
AND MOVING VIOLATIONS
8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday (except
to 430ILCS 66/65(a)4, Firearms Concealed Carry Act, firearms are not
permitted in any building designated for matters before a Circuit Court.
Office of the Circuit
Will County Court House
14 W. Jefferson Street
Joliet, IL 60432
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Will County. All rights reserved.