Services

  • Assumed and Fictitious Names (Business Names) - Before applying for a business license through the County of Henrico Finance Department, business owners must register the business name with the Circuit Court Clerk if the business will be operating under an assumed or fictitious name.
  • Criminal Cases in Circuit Court - The Criminal Division is responsible for the indexing, processing and maintaining of all Felony, Certified and Appealed Misdemeanor and Appealed Traffic cases. In all of these cases, the Commonwealth of Virginia is the Complainant. The person charged with the offense is the Defendant.
  • Divorce - In civil cases of a domestic relations nature, the Circuit Court has exclusive jurisdiction in divorce and annulment matters, including property settlement/equitable distribution of marital assets. Matters involving child support, custody, and visitation may or may not originate in the circuit court, depending on various factors.
  • Felony and Appealed Misdemeanor Case : Payment Information - If convicted of a Felony or Misdemeanor offense in the Henrico Circuit Court, costs will be assessed against the defendant as well as any court imposed fine. All costs are assessed pursuant to the Code of Virginia. Fines and/or costs are expected to be paid at the time of conviction unless a payment plan is established. The Criminal Division does accept personal checks, money order, Visa, MasterCard and cash.
  • File a Civil Case in the Circuit Court - In civil cases where monetary claims range from $4,500 to $25,000, the Circuit Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the General District Court. Monetary disputes involving more than $25,000 fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Circuit Court.
  • Financing Statements
  • Judgments
  • Jury Duty
  • Marriage Licenses - Information on how to obtain a marriage license in Virginia.
  • Military Discharge DD-214
  • Notary Public Commission
  • Permit – Concealed Handgun - Concealed Handgun Permits are regulated by the Commonwealth of Virginia and issued by the Circuit Court Clerk.
  • Probate & Estate Administration - The Code of Virginia grants the Clerk of the Circuit Court the authority to Probate a Will, to appoint and qualify an Executor or Administrator for a Decedent’s Estate, to appoint and qualify a Testamentary Trustee, to qualify a Conservator and/or a Guardian for an Incapacitated Adult.
  • Recording of Land Records - The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office records deeds, deeds of trust (mortgages), and other official instruments/documents associated with land transactions.
  • View Circuit Court Online Records